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Ian Speers Pam Wilson Charlotte Peer

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A Note on Sources

A brief history of McMaster football appeared in a short-lived 1976 CIAU football tabloid: Raymond B. Johnson, “McMaster’s Marauders: Looking for past greatness”, Campus Grid, vol. 1, no. 1 (3 Sept. 1976), p. 3. McMaster’s athletic history is recorded primarily on the pages of its news journals. From 1891 through the spring of 1930, the McMaster University Monthly provides regular commentary, game recaps and team rosters, and from about 1920 to 1930, provides seasonal write-ups on the team in its spring yearbook issue. From 1930 to date, The Silhouette provides the best resource. The Silhouette before the fall of 1957 is readily available on microfilm, but more recent issues are available only in bound volumes. The Marmor yearbooks provide a valuable reference point from 1932 to date, albeit of varying usefulness depending on the ambition of the sports editor in any given year. For an institutional history of McMaster, Charles M. Johnston’s two-volume set, McMaster University: The Toronto Years (Toronto: UTP, 1976) and McMaster University: The Early Years in Hamilton (Toronto: UTP, 1981) take the story from its beginnings to independence from the Baptist convention in 1957. Football, its players and other athletic figures are mentioned in passing throughout. More colourful is Les Prince’s Over the Ivy Wall (Hamilton: McMaster Univ. Alumni Assn., 1975), an anecdotal history written by the man who served as Ivor Wynne’s right-hand man for nearly 20 years, before himself becoming Director of Athletics and Physical Education. Archival resources include the holdings of the Canadian Baptist Archives at McMaster’s Divinity Hall, which include the minute books of the McMaster Athletic Association and Athletic Board from the 1890s into the 1960s (see esp. Box 14-3). Documents on what was called the “McMaster Question” of the SIFL in 1950 to 1954 are held by the University of Toronto Archives (UTA, Department of Athletics and Recreation, A79-0019/034). The author has had available to him, though his own personal collection in addition to those of McMaster athletics and the Canadian Football Hall of Fame, McMaster football programs from the season 1935, 1936, 1948, 1951 through 1953, 1956, 1958 through 1960, 1963, 1969, 1988, 1989 and 1991 to date. The greater majority of annual athletic banquet programmes back to 1940 have been available to the author. There is doubtless much more material out there, and infinitely more that can be written about McMaster’s rich tradition of football. This guide merely aims to provide a summary as a point of reference.


TABLE OF CONTENTS 2012 Marauder Football Schedule ............................................................................................. A History of Football at McMaster .............................................................................................. Awards ....................................................................................................................................... Team Championship Titles ................................................................................................... Team Award Winners ............................................................................................................. CIS Football Award Winners ................................................................................................. OUA Major Award Winners ................................................................................................... McMaster Marauder OUA All-Stars ....................................................................................... McMaster Marauder All Canadians ....................................................................................... McMaster Football All-Time Game Results ................................................................................ McMaster Football Year-By-Year Records ................................................................................. Record Manual ........................................................................................................................... Scoring ................................................................................................................................. Place Kicking ........................................................................................................................ Rushing ................................................................................................................................ Passing ................................................................................................................................. Receiving .............................................................................................................................. Kickoffs ................................................................................................................................. Kickoff Returns ..................................................................................................................... Punting ................................................................................................................................. Punt Returns ......................................................................................................................... Interceptions ......................................................................................................................... Tackles .................................................................................................................................. Offence - Team ..................................................................................................................... McMaster Football Coaching Record Since 1920 ...................................................................... McMaster Assistant Football Coaches Since 1948 .................................................................... McMaster All-Time Roster, 1902 to 2012 ................................................................................... Marauders Selected in the CFL Draft, 1953 to 2012 .................................................................. CFL Alumni ................................................................................................................................. Teams of the Decade ................................................................................................................. McMaster Team of the Century ............................................................................................ Football Players and Builders in the McMaster Sports Hall of Fame ......................................... McMaster Home Fields .............................................................................................................. Cup and Bowl Games Summaries .............................................................................................

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McMaster Athletics and Recreation has done our best to ensure that the information contained in this publication is accurate. The Department spent two summers pouring over books, newspaper articles, yearbooks, Athletic Banquet programs, game programs, media guides and eligibility rosters. Despite our diligence, McMaster Athletics and Recreation recognizes that there may be some errors in this publication. We are asking you to report any errors, and/or omissions to the McMaster Athletics and Recreation Sports Information Office at 905-525-9140 x 20333 or offerp@mcmaster.ca


2012 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE


A HISTORY OF FOOTBALL AT McMASTER

By Ian Speers

Beginnings—1887 to 1914 McMaster University was established as an outgrowth of the older Toronto Baptist College, receiving a university charter in 1887 and opening its doors to undergraduate students in the fall of 1890. The university’s first home was in Toronto’s McMaster Hall, constructed in 1881 for the Baptist College. McMaster Hall is better known today as the home of the Royal Conservatory of Music, located immediately east of Varsity Stadium on Bloor Street. A small gymnasium was built in the west end of the Hall’s basement, though the facility was converted into laboratory space not long after Mac attained university status. Soccer was McMaster’s first major sport. In 1889, a group of alumni from the Toronto Baptist College played a challenge game against Woodstock College, a fellow Baptist institution, inaugurating an intercity rivalry that was carried on by McMaster students. A proper McMaster team played Woodstock for the first time on Nov. 7 1891, losing 2–1. The annual match between McMaster and Woodstock quickly became autumn’s prime athletic event and secured soccer’s importance at the young university. A hockey club organized in the winter of 1896–97 and a full-fledged athletic association followed in October 1897, bringing all sports and physical activities under a central executive committee. Football—or rugby, as it was still called at the time—took longer to attain a foothold in McMaster’s athletic culture. The earliest reference to the sport at Mac appears in the Nov. 30, 1898 minutes of the athletic association’s executive meeting where they reviewed a letter “expressing the desire of a good many members of the association to play [football] and asking that the association provide them with a ball.” The matter was resolved at a subsequent meeting two days later, where a consensus emerged that the lateness of the season made it pointless to start the sport that year, and the request was refused. Football evidently grew within the student ranks over the next year and in the fall of 1899; J.A. McDonald was elected as the first team captain. A team of third- and fourth-year students beat a squad of freshmen and sophomores 10–5 in an intramural game, documented on Dec. 6, 1900. By 1901, enough experience had been gained for McMaster to consider entering a team in an outside league. As Mac’s soccer and hockey teams were participating to some extent in the University of Toronto’s intramural leagues, the football

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team applied to enter the U of T Mulock Cup football series, held at U of T. Unfortunately the Mulock’s constitution and by-laws only permitted competition amongst teams consisting of Toronto students. McMaster was therefore ineligible to participate and their application was rejected. Undaunted, the team arranged three exhibition games in 1901, losing to U of T Dentistry 1–0, and later falling 12–5 to St. Michael’s College before defeating a mediocre city club, the Victorias, 22–6. The following season, McMaster entered the intermediate division of the Canadian Intercollegiate Rugby Football Union (CIRFU). Founded in 1898, the CIRFU was the oldest direct ancestor of the current Ontario University Athletics (OUA). The intermediate level consisted of first teams from small universities like Guelph’s Ontario Agricultural College (OAC), or second teams from larger schools like Toronto or Queen’s. McMaster’s first intercollegiate season concluded very quickly, consisting of a sudden-death, 15–1 loss to the Varsity Blues at what is now Varsity Stadium. Scheduling for junior and intermediate intercollegiate teams in this era was markedly different from today’s tidy, eight-game regular season. Teams were placed in groups of between two and four teams and a group champion was decided by a seemingly ever-changing system of sudden-death games, round robins or home-and-home series. The group champion would advance to play another group champion, while the losing teams would keep occupied with whatever exhibition games they could arrange. Out of league play for the rest of the fall, McMaster emerged from 1902 with the small but noteworthy triumph of defeating Royal Military College 16–5 in a Nov. exhibition game. In 1903 and 1904, McMaster improved on its inaugural showing to win the Toronto group, dispatching U of T and Trinity College to advance on the Kingston group winners—Queen’s in ’03 and RMC in ’04. Mac split the home-and-home Kingston series with a 1–1 record each year, but lost both championships on total points. Despite such disappointment, in just four years of actively playing football, McMaster had shown remarkable growth and improvement. But for the rest of the prewar years, McMaster found itself unable to take down the powerful Varsity Blues, which had the advantage of a systematic intramural league from which to draw players, and an experienced senior team to help train their intermediates. The decade did see the birth of McMaster’s long-standing rivalry with the OAC Aggies (now the University of Guelph). Playing homeand-home games as part of the 1907 CIRFU intermediate series, Mac twice defeated the Aggies to start a rivalry that became particularly fierce from the 1930s through the 1960s. McMaster’s small physical size complicated their field arrangements. McMaster Hall’s original lot was just 250 feet square— enough space for a university building, and precious little else. Mac had a small field located on Chicora Avenue, just south of Avenue Road and Dupont Avenue, provided to the athletic association by the Board of Governors in 1899. Home games were often played at Rosedale Field, a stadium of about 5,000 seats located about a mile from McMaster Hall, or on one of U of T’s fields. At the very least a McMaster field allowed for convenient practice schedules and minimal travel time. In early April 1910, the McMaster athletic association learned that the University had sold its one and only playing field. Returning in the fall, the athletes found that no firm arrangements had been made for a practice field. It was not until Oct. 7, one day before their first scheduled game, that a field could be booked elsewhere. The team decided to withdraw from the CIRFU schedule for that year and returned to the intercollegiate circuit in 1911, having secured Rosedale Field for games and practices. However, the lack of a nearby field complicated practice arrangements, and perhaps contributed to Mac’s 0-2 showing in the group round-robin. A lack of coaching and athletic organization became an increasing handicap to McMaster and was identified as such by the McMaster University Monthly in 1914. There was no McMaster football coach until after World War One, so the team captain was largely responsible for organizing practices and training his teammates. Doubtless the occasional enthusiast or alumnus offered words of wisdom to the current team, but there was no outside hand to guide student-athletes in preparing for competition. McMaster was also suffering from divided interest among the fall field sports as McMaster had both football and soccer teams, an ambitious undertaking for a university of its size. McMaster was also vulnerable to player injuries. Being a small university with only a few hundred students enrolled per year, the talent pool for reserve players was shallow indeed. In 1913, McMaster was forced to default the second half of its schedule after two players were injured and could not be replaced. A similar situation arose in 1920 when four players were injured in the opening two games, leaving McMaster to forfeit the remaining four CIRFU contests. With no convenient practice field, non-existent coaching, divided interests, and a small student body on which to draw, McMaster’s football

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team was operating at a severe disadvantage. Intercollegiate play suspended after the 1914 season while World War One occupied the minds of the entire planet. With the Officers’ Training Corps providing three afternoons a week of military drills, football practices fell by the wayside and the league suspended operations until the close of hostilities.

Growth and Relocation—1919 to 1939 League play resumed in 1919, and McMaster dropped down to the junior division of CIRFU. The junior circuit placed Mac in league with the likes of OAC���s second team and Toronto’s third team, resulting in a certain loss of prestige, but also affording McMaster football the opportunity to regroup and reorganize itself. The ’20s were an inconsistent decade for McMaster. Responding to criticisms from the pre-war period, coaching finally became an assigned position, with E.G.H. Worden guiding the team for the first four years of the decade. Under coach Worden, McMaster narrowly lost its group championship to Toronto in 1921, and succeeded in taking the group honours in 1922. Worden’s departure after the 1923 season was followed by three winless years in the intercollegiate circuit. Reverend Earle K. Smith, nicknamed the “Fighting Parson” from his days with the Toronto Balmy Beach football team, took over coaching the football squad in 1926. In his three-year stint at the controls, Smith returned McMaster to winning form, narrowly losing the 1928 group title to Toronto in a 3–1 sudden death playoff. The following season, CIRFU introduced age restrictions on junior players, forcing McMaster back into the intermediate loop. With most of the previous season’s team returning, the 1929 squad managed a commendable 3–3 record, setting the stage for greater successes in the 1930s. The cumulative inadequacies of the small Toronto campus finally became enough for McMaster and by the late 1920s the university had decided to relocate to a large campus in west-end Hamilton. The move to Hamilton during the summer of 1930 finally afforded McMaster top-notch playing fields for its athletic programmes. Two practice fields, one for men and another for women, and separate soccer and football grounds were an infinite improvement over the nomadic existence McMaster athletes had to endure in Toronto. A new city also brought the university’s first director of the newly formed Department of Athletics and Physical Education in Arthur Burridge. Burridge was a McMaster alumnus from 1915 who had already made a name for himself as the first full-time head of a physical education department in Ontario, at Ottawa’s Glebe Collegiate. He assisted for a couple of years with the McGill Redmen, seeing them to a Yates Cup championship in 1928. “Chief”, as he was commonly known at McMaster, took over football head coaching duties, as well as helming his beloved basketball team. McMaster inaugurated its new campus field on Oct. 18, 1930 with a 14–3 victory over the Western intermediates, but the remainder of the season’s home games (and, indeed, all games but for rare exceptions until 1949) were moved to the Hamilton Amateur Athletics Association grounds on Charlton Avenue. Quarterback Wilf Paterson, a fourth-year veteran, led the 1930 squad. Paterson went on to become Mac’s first star contribution to the CFL, playing with the Hamilton Tigers in the 1930s, quarterbacking the tabbies in the 1935 Grey Cup game. He later returned to McMaster as the university’s long-time bursary and student awards officer. The new season and locale heralded a decade of strength for McMaster, which finished the regular season undefeated in four games and bettered Loyola (today part of Concordia University in Montreal) in the CIRFU semi-final. RMC finally downed Mac 18–10 in the league championship game, but the football squad was able to look back on what was unquestionably its strongest showing in three decades of play. McMaster and OAC battled each other for their intermediate group title for the rest of the 1930s, dramatically increasing the rivalry between the two teams. McMaster emerged victorious in 1931 and 1934, and captured the overall CIRFU intermediate title in 1934 by defeating the Varsity Blues. Burridge handed off the football coaching duties to Fred Veale in 1933, allowing “Chief” more time to focus on basketball and administrative tasks. Veale led the team for two years and departed after the 1934 championship season, passing the torch to Glen Small.

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Mac repeated its championship run in 1935, going 6–0 in group play before defeating RMC 25–13 in the CIRFU championship. Leading McMaster to its consecutive championships was backfielder Syl Apps (1932 to 1935). At the time, Apps was equally well known as a track and field star who had captured a gold medal in pole vault at the 1934 Empire Games, and went onto place sixth in the 1936 Olympics. His subsequent career in hockey with the Toronto Maple Leafs earned him induction into the Hockey Hall of Fame. McMaster again captured the CIRFU intermediate title in 1937, beating Queen’s 22–2 at the HAAA grounds. A rookie quarterback named Ivor Wynne suited up in ’37 for his first of three seasons in the maroon and grey. Mac remained competitive in the last two years of the decade, finishing 4–2 in each campaign, but the decade’s championship count stalled at three. The intervention of World War Two suspended intercollegiate play after the 1939 season. McMaster fielded occasional teams for wartime games against local clubs and even won the Hamilton junior league championship in 1943. Mac’s wartime squads included Jack Gurney, who later worked his way through refereeing circles to become the referee-inchief of the CIAU. But intercollegiate play would have to wait until 1945 for a revival.

Ambition and Determination—1945 to 1953 Intercollegiate football returned in the fall of 1945, and McMaster came out with a strong start, winning the west division intermediate championship. Annual playoffs between the east and west division champions were not revived after the war, so there was no overall CIRFU playoff. The promising beginning was followed by three winless seasons, including a 1947 team that featured future MP and Lieutenant Governor of Ontario, Lincoln Alexander. Football alumnus Ivor Wynne replaced Arthur Burridge as the university’s Director of Athletics and Physical Education in 1948, and his football ambitions quickly came to the fore. In 1949, Wynne moved the home games from the venerable HAAA grounds, which dated back to the 1870s, to the larger and more modern Civic Stadium in east-end Scott Park. The McMaster team nickname changed from the Maroons in the ’30s and ’40s to the Rams from 1945 to 1948 to the Marauders in 1949. Wynne felt that McMaster students should have the right to compete in the CIRFU’s Senior Intercollegiate Football League (SIFL), consisting of McGill, Queen’s, Toronto, and Western. These schools were collectively known as the Old Four. The SIFL had remained exclusive, not expanding since Western was admitted in 1929 and never growing above four teams despite occasional protests from McMaster and OAC going back to the mid-1930s. To some, Wynne’s dream seemed ludicrous: between 1945 and 1949, the Marauders had won just five league games. Surely they would be humiliated in the SIFL, playing against larger schools with an established record in senior football. With the support of McGill, McMaster applied for entry into the SIFL for the 1950 season. Scheduling problems and Mac’s lack of recent success on the playing field caused concerns, and the application was soundly rejected. As if on cue, Mac had an undefeated 6–0 season in 1950, winning its final intermediate crown. The 1950 squad had a number of future CFL players on its roster, including halfback Mel Hawkrigg (Hamilton, 1952) and fullback Alex Ponton Jr. (Ottawa, 1952–53; Toronto, 1954–60; Montreal, 1960). Wynne felt the time was right to make his move and, after being rejected by the SIFL for a second straight year, entered the 1951 Marauders in the Ontario Rugby Football Union (ORFU), a semi-pro senior league established in 1883. While ORFU had been in a state of decline since the late 1930s, in 1951 it was only slightly below the proto-CFL conferences in prestige and professionalism, and the league champion was assured a berth in a Grey Cup semi-final. Wynne was determined to prove that McMaster could hold its own against senior teams. Al Smith took over the coaching duties in 1951. A soft-spoken man, affectionately known as “Silent Al” or “Easy Al” by his players, Smith had been a star passer and kicker with OAC in the late 1930s, and played briefly with the Argos in 1940 before spending four and a half years overseas as an air gunner. After the war, he served as a successful football and basketball coach at Ottawa Technical School before coming to McMaster as a full-time staff member in physical education and athletics. While McMaster posted just a 2–4 record in ORFU play, the team’s showing was respectable considering it was their first year playing at a senior level and that they were fielding a fully amateur student squad against professionals and imports. In the final game of the season on Oct. 27, the Marauders blasted the Windsor Rockets 50–6. This game saw

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Mel Hawkrigg (McMaster University’s current chancellor) score six touchdowns and boot five converts. Mac had proven itself capable of competing at the senior level. For 1952, the SIFL agreed to let the Marauders into the league on a trial basis. McMaster would play McGill twice and all other teams once, with the games not counting officially toward the SIFL standings. Mac was therefore ineligible to win the Yates Cup. Graduation had taken some of the stars from the 1950 and 1951 squads. Lorne Wrigglesworth, an all-purpose player who was equally comfortable as a quarterback, halfback, and kicker, proved to be one of the top returning players. McMaster won none of the trial games in ’52, but their level of play was high enough that the SIFL granted them full membership for 1953. Player departures further thinned McMaster’s veteran ranks in ’53. Wrigglesworth remained to anchor the team, but the Marauders’ first season as full-fledged members of the SIFL was a winless exercise. The two-year experiment in the SIFL had given McMaster increased prestige, but caused aggravation for the other league members. Trying to schedule five teams into a six-game schedule posed some obstacles. The university term did not start until the end of September, so only seven or eight weeks were available for league play before the athletes would be in the midst of term papers and exams. Old four schools were generally opposed to much more than a six-game schedule on academic grounds. SIFL had traditionally scheduled based on a double-round robin format, allowing all four of its teams home-and-home series against each other. The entry of a fifth team upset this balance, and meant that each team would play two opponents twice per season, and the other two just once per season. It was a seemingly trivial problem, but proved costly to other schools, and was ultimately fatal to McMaster’s survival in the SIFL. Fans simply did not come out to see McMaster play in the same quantities as they did for the traditional teams. Both Queen’s and U of T complained of a decline in season ticket subscriptions in 1953, Toronto claiming a drop of some 28 per cent. The 1954 schedule would have had U of T hosting McMaster and giving up a chance to host Western. The U of T Athletic Association estimated that the loss in ticket sales of this arrangement would have cost them between $15,000 and $20,000, no small sum for 1954. Queen’s similarly would have given up the chance to host Toronto—traditionally their biggest draw of the year—and feared that such financial losses would destroy their financial stability. Football gate receipts were the main revenue source for these athletic associations in the 1950s. That McMaster might improve its drawing power after a few years in the senior circuit was immaterial: the Old Four schools believed they needed cash up front to keep their operations solvent. Toronto and Queen’s led the charge to revert to a four-team league. Over the protestations of McGill, the SIFL voted McMaster out of the league in January 1954. McMaster and its supporters were understandably irate. “McMaster Ouster Niftiest Double-Cross since Brutus Slipped Caesar the Knife,” read one headline in The Canadian Football News. Where Toronto and Queen’s saw preserving financial security, McMaster saw an outright slap in the face. McMaster had been unceremoniously tossed from the league not because of its inability to compete, but squarely on the grounds that it was not popular enough. The expulsion left an understandably bitter taste in McMaster’s mouth. The incident alienated a number of smaller schools with intercollegiate programs, and was a contributing factor in a massive restructuring of Ontario and Quebec intercollegiate athletics in 1955. In the fall of 1954, a freshman from Hamilton’s Westdale Collegiate named Russ Jackson enrolled at McMaster as an undergraduate math student. Jackson’s reputation as a quarterback led to his being heavily recruited by all of the Old Four schools, but coach Smith’s soft-spoken “Silent Al” personally sold Jackson on remaining in Hamilton for his university education. Mere months after McMaster had been forcefully removed from the SIFL, they had on their roster an athlete who became arguably the best Canadian quarterback of the half-century. McMaster spent 1954 through 1956 regrouping by arranging exhibition games and staying away from league affiliations. Showing an interest in developing football teams, the 1954 Marauders made a weekend trip to Nova Scotia where they played the H.M.C.S. Shearwater military team and the St. Francis Xavier X-Men. Canadian football in the Maritimes was less than a decade old, and the trip marked one of the earliest acknowledgments of eastern teams by an established football club in central Canada. McGill, no doubt in a show of sympathy for McMaster’s poor treatment by the SIFL, and Toronto, perhaps likewise as a form of atonement, arranged regular exhibition contests with the Marauders. Traditional rivals OAC

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arranged annual home-and-home series, and McMaster arranged some games with American colleges. After seven years at Civic Stadium, a survey of students and alumni conducted in early 1956 showed a desire to bring football games to the university campus. The cross-town commute was inconvenient for students and alumni yearned for a regular opportunity to return to campus. The site that had previously been designated the soccer field was prepared as a main event field with temporary seating for the football season brought over from the campus drill hall. A field house was added in 195, and the site became established as the home of Marauder football for the next half-century, taking the name Les Prince Field in 1983. By the mid-’50s, McMaster was not alone in its frustration over the SIFL’s stranglehold on the “senior intercollegiate” banner. OAC (Guelph), Waterloo, Ottawa, Carleton, and RMC were all competing at an intermediate level. Carleton and Waterloo were relatively recent additions to the football scene, but the other schools had clubs that had been established in the nineteenth century. After McMaster’s experiment with the SIFL, none held out any hope of being elevated to senior status in the established league. As a reaction, they established the Ontario Intercollegiate Football Conference in 1957, a league independent of the SIFL. In Russ Jackson’s final season in the maroon and grey, the Marauders captured the inaugural OIFC title with a spotless 7–0 record, winning four of those games as shutouts. Throughout the late ’50s and early ’60s, McMaster was a dominant force in the OIFC, sharing the league championship with OAC in 1958. Rarely was the team ever found below second place in league play. Al Smith gave up the coaching chores after the 1960 season, passing the torch to Bob Dawson, a former defensive back and quarterback with the Ti-Cats of the late ’50s. Dawson led the Marauders to three consecutive league titles from 1962 to 1964, leading to some renewed agitation for parity with the SIFL. After winning its third straight OIFC championship with a perfect league record in 1964, McMaster again decided to remind the SIFL of its existence. After league reorganization in 1955, McMaster athletics had ended up a member of the OntarioQuebec Athletic Association (O-QAA), and competed in that organization’s leagues in most sports save football. The O-QAA also administered the SIFL. Using a little-known O-QAA rule, McMaster challenged the SIFL champion Queen’s Golden Gaels to a single-game playoff for the Yates Cup. The challenge was entirely in order, but Queen’s was not amused. The year before, the Gaels had lost an unofficial national football championship to the Alberta Golden Bears. With their Yates Cup championship in hand for ’64, the Gaels were looking forward to a rematch and, they hoped, revenge. Queen’s administration at the time had an ironclad rule that they could only play a single post-season game, so by playing McMaster, Queen’s would give up any hope of settling scores with Alberta. Frank Tindall and the Gaels vented their collective frustration by defeating the Marauders 63–6 at Kingston. A week later, the Saint Mary’s Huskies downed Mac in the Atlantic Bowl. Coach Dawson finished his tenure at McMaster in 1965 with a respectable 4–3 showing, handing the helm over to Jack Kennedy for 1966. Coach Kennedy was a former head hockey coach and football assistant with the Varsity Blues in the ’50s and early ’60s, winning six Queen’s Cup hockey titles while at Toronto. He had served since 1962 as the athletic director and football and hockey coach at Loyola College in Montreal. Kennedy’s first effort as Marauder head coach produced a 6–1 record in what had been renamed the Central Canada Intercollegiate Football Conference (CCIFC), but the single loss gave the league championship to the Waterloo Lutheran Golden Hawks. 1967 gave every appearance of being a year of destiny for McMaster football. Before the season started, the Marauders learned that they and Waterloo would gain admission to the SIFL in 1968, fulfilling 20 years of determination. To nail home the point that it was ready to compete in the prestigious league, McMaster scored a 17–15 pre-season victory over the Varsity Blues. Toronto went on to win the Yates Cup in an undefeated regular season. More than a few of Mac’s ’67 players had been on the 1966 CCIFC champion Waterloo Lutheran Golden Hawks squad. At the time, McMaster offered a one-year, post-graduate physical education degree, and so some 16 players from Lutheran and elsewhere took advantage of the lack of any real transfer restrictions to add weight to the roster. One such transfer player was all-star quarterback Dick Waring, a native of Sarnia who had previously played NCAA football with Bowling Green. Mac dominated the CCIFC in ’67 by winning all seven league games, including five shutouts. It avenged its two previous

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Atlantic Bowl defeats by sneaking past St. Francis Xavier 7–0 to earn a berth in the Vanier Cup against the Alberta Golden Bears. The Vanier Cup had been inaugurated in 1965 as an invitational bowl game, but 1967 marked the first time the game was formally recognised as a national championship game with systematic playoffs. The game itself was a defensive battle, dominated by turnovers. McMaster trailed by one point in the final minutes and penetrated the Alberta zone to the 17-yard line. A game-winning field goal seemed inevitable for the Marauders but rather than take a safe running play to kill time, Waring baffled nearly 16,000 in attendance by letting off a quick pass. The ball fell into the waiting arms of Alberta defensive guard John Wilson, leaving the Marauders on the losing end of a 10–9 score. By the end of 1967, two decades of ambition and determination had finally paid off for McMaster. Refusing to give up on Ivor Wynne’s vision of the Marauders playing senior football, the team was poised to enter the prestigious SIFL. McMaster had proven, by coming within seconds of winning the Vanier Cup, that elite senior football was not the sole domain of the Old Four schools.

1968 to 1996 The graduation of the one-year phys. ed. students in the spring of 1968 removed the core of the championship roster, leaving McMaster weakened for its first three years in the SIFL. Ray Johnson, a former Western Mustangs all-star lineman who was drafted by the Edmonton Eskimos in 1958, became the new Marauder head coach in 1969. His first two seasons were clearly rebuilding affairs. The 1970s proved a decade of change. Now that McMaster had succeeded in breaking the Old Four’s lock on the senior circuit, the gates had been opened to more systematic reform. In 1971, all men’s athletics departments in Ontario universities joined forces in a single league, the Ontario Universities Athletic Association (OUAA). The OUAA finally did away with the patchworks and hierarchies of a number of different leagues, organizations and gentleman’s agreements that had operated in the past, finally bringing about the sort of egalitarian structure that Ivor Wynne had sought since the late ’40s. Les Prince, Wynne’s right-hand man as assistant director for twenty years and successor in 1965, provided consistent help and support along the way. Sadly, Wynne had died in his early fifties in 1970, making it altogether tragic that he never saw such an arrangement brought fully to fruition. He had nevertheless been a major player in upsetting the athletic exclusivity of the Old Four schools. McMaster dedicated its athletic centre, and Hamilton its stadium, to honour his memory and his tireless efforts. The new league started off well for McMaster, finishing first in the Central division before losing out in the first week of playoffs. But the football squad was kept out of the playoffs for all but one year (1974) in the next decade, never once finishing above fourth place during that time. Ray Johnson was the head coach throughout the decade, except for 1972 when Jack Kennedy reprised the role while Johnson was on sabbatical. While lacking in team successes, the 1970s had no shortage of outstanding players in the maroon and grey. Running back Ross Tripp provided the driving force for McMaster’s offence from 1973 through 1976, becoming the first player to break 2,000 career rushing yards as a Marauder (2084 yards). In 1974 he became the first Marauder to be named the OUAA football MVP. Ron Southwick switched from tight end to linebacker for his senior year (1974). Southwick proved a natural on defence, securing a spot on the 1974 all-Canadian squad with five interceptions and going on to a seven-year CFL career as a linebacker with Winnipeg and Toronto. After 12 seasons at the helm, Ray Johnson retired as Marauder head coach after the 1980 campaign. His replacement was Bernie Custis, a Ti-Cat quarterback from the 1950s who had earlier coaching success, first with Sheridan College, then the Burlington Braves of the CJFL. Custis’ arrival coincided with that of quarterback Phil Scarfone, a Hamilton native from St. Thomas More High School. Scarfone proved the most outstanding quarterback McMaster had seen since Russ Jackson. In 1982, he and Custis led the team to their first winning season in over a decade, and first playoff appearance since 1974, earning the Frank Tindall Trophy as the CIAU football coach of the year. The following season, Scarfone led the Marauders their first Yates Cup appearance since 1964, against the Varsity Blues. McMaster built up a 16–7 lead against Toronto over the first three quarters, only to surrender 13 fourth-quarter points to lose the league title 20–16.

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After a heartbreaking turn in the ’83 Yates Cup, the 1984 Marauders secured the team’s first undefeated regular season since 1967. Scarfone played four games of his final with a broken jaw, but still ended up leading the country in passing with 2010 yards. A stunning semi-final upset by Guelph (the eventual Vanier Cup champion) knocked McMaster out of the playoffs, but Scarfone’s tenacity and leadership earned him the Hec Crighton Trophy as the outstanding player in Canadian university football for 1984—a first for McMaster. Scarfone’s departure led to a plateau in McMaster’s success. For the next four seasons, McMaster consistently fielded a competitive team that consistently fought for the OUAA’s fourth and final playoff spot. In 1989, McMaster hired a full-time football coach to replace the part-time Custis, looking to Steve Bruno to lead the team. Bruno brought with him a good reputation from his six previous seasons heading the Mount Allison Mounties. He led the Mounties to their first Vanier Cup appearance in 1984, losing to the Guelph Gryphons. Steve also earned the Frank Tindall Trophy as CIAU coach of the year in 1984. Unfortunately, his success with Mount Allison did not follow him westward, and the team hovered between fifth and seventh place during his five-year tenure. Bruno was responsible for bringing wide receiver Mike Morreale to McMaster in 1991. To replace Steve Bruno, the Marauders looked to Al Bruno (no relation), a veteran of nearly 40 years coaching experience. Al headed the Ti-cats coaching staff from 1983 to 1990, capturing a Grey Cup and CFL Coach of the Year honours in 1986 and appearing in three more Grey Cup games in 1984, 1985 and 1989. His was a familiar face on the local sport scene, and hope ran high that he could return McMaster to past glory. Al Bruno’s tenure started off well enough in 1994. The team posted a 3–4 record, which placed them in a three-way tie for the OUAA’s fourth and final playoff spot. The tie-breaker went in Toronto’s favour, but the improved record made fans hope for a return to post-season play the next year. The majority of starters returned in 1995, but a critical loss to graduation was Mike Morreale, a second-team all-Canadian in 1994 who landed with the Toronto Argonauts in ’95 at the start of a stillsuccessful CFL career. The team dropped to 2–6 in Bruno’s second season before plummeting to a winless 1996 showing. Al Bruno departed as head coach following the 1996 campaign, a highly respected and well-liked coach who was simply unable to turn the team around.

Golden Age—1997 to 2010 In January 1997, under the leadership of President and Vice Chancellor, Dr. Peter George and Director of Athletics and Recreation Thérèse Quigley, McMaster announced the hiring of Greg Marshall as head football coach. Marshall brought with him an impressive resume as both a coach and player. As a player, Greg had been a running back with the Mustangs from 1978 to 1981, winning he Hec Crighton trophy in 1980 before going onto an injury-shortened CFL career with Edmonton. He had been on the coaching staff of the Western Mustangs from 1984 to 1996, serving the final five seasons as offensive coordinator. He knew success as a coach, earning two Vanier Cup rings and making three further appearances during his 13 seasons in London. Western was renowned for its recruiting machine which provided its consistent on-field product, and Marshall brought these valuable insights to McMaster at a time when they were desperately needed. Another new face in 1997 was a young quarterback out of Trinity College School named Ben Chapdelaine. Passing had been an area of concern coming into camp. In 1996, Mac quarterbacks had thrown just three touchdowns alongside 16 interceptions. Chapdelaine played backup for the first four games, seeing limited action before making a breakthrough impression in week five against Windsor. Taking over midway through the third quarter, Chapdelaine marshalled a comefrom-behind victory over the Lancers, capping it off with a 76-yard touchdown strike to sophomore wide receiver Ryan Janzen in the final minute of play. The 31–25 victory broke an 18-game losing streak, and earned Chapdelaine the starting spot. Forming a strong passing connection with Janzen and fellow wide receiver Mike Linton, Chapdelaine helped engineer a late-season victory over the Varsity Blues and closed the season with a 35–35 tie versus the always-powerful Western Mustangs. Chapdelaine walked away with rookie of the year honours in the OUA (as the OUAA became in 1997), and

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despite his late start, ranked fourth in the league in passing. Janzen, who had never played football in high school, led the league in receiving with 697 yards. The team’s 2–5–1 record was nothing spectacular, but it marked an important start. Joining the McMaster offensive arsenal in 1998 was Kojo Aidoo, a running back from Oakville. Aidoo and third-year running back Chris Dorrington helped buttress the Marauder ground game, allowing the team to break 1,000 yards on the ground for the first time since 1991. Chapdelaine shattered Phil Scarfone’s team passing records, gaining 2,428 yards. More importantly, McMaser’s 4–4 record gave the team its first playoff berth since 1986. Playing a semi-final against the numberone ranked Western Mustangs, McMaster nearly scored an upset in a see-saw battle that saw a Maruader rally late in the game. McMaster turnovers ultimately proved the deciding factor, but the 34–32 score against the league powerhouse made it clear that McMaster was quickly becoming a legitimate contender. Aidoo was named the winner of the Peter Gorman Trophy as the top football rookie in Canada, and Chapdelaine earned OUA MVP honours. A young running back from Belleville named Kyle Pyear joined the McMaster offence for the start of the 1999 campaign, giving McMaster even more firepower. McMaster improved to 6–2 in 1999, placing third in OUA play, but were knocked out of the playoffs by Laurier in the league semi-final. While the team did not advance to the Yates Cup, McMaster was becoming a threat after three years of consistent rebuilding under Greg Marshall. McMaster was laying the foundation for the new millennium. The 2000 Marauders had one of the most balanced and talent-rich offences in team history. Playing his final year in the maroon and grey, receiver Ryan Janzen set a new OUA single-season record with 1,034 receiving yards. On the ground, Kojo Aidoo set a new league rushing record of 1,329 yards in a season and twenty rushing touchdowns, good enough to earn him a Hec Crighton Trophy as the most outstanding player in Canadian university football. Losing only to Western in the regular season, McMaster posted a first-place finish for the first time since 1984. In the Yates Cup, Laurier fell 48–23 to give the Marauders their first OUA football title. A fourth-quarter rally against Ottawa in the following weekend’s Churchill Bowl was not enough for the Marauders to secure a berth in the Vanier Cup, but McMaster had once again tasted the success its football team. Running back Jesse Lumsden, the son of former Ottawa Gee-Gees and CFL great Neil Lumsden, joined McMaster in 2001, adding yet more talent to the depth chart behind Kojo Aidoo and Kyle Pyear. The team went undefeated in the regular season, with only a 21–21 tie against Waterloo standing between them and perfection. McMaster avenged the previous year’s Churchill Bowl defeat at the hands of the Gee-Gees, downing Ottawa (now an OUA member) 30–22 in the Yates Cup. In the Churchill Bowl in Winnipeg, Manitoba wore down the Mac defenders to score three unanswered touchdowns in the fourth quarter, frustrating McMaster’s Vanier Cup ambitions with a 27–6 defeat. The heartbreaking loss was the final university game for Ben Chapdelaine, marking the end of a five-year career that had done so much to return the Marauders to a position of respect and credibility. Chapdelaine finished his career with a new CIS record of 9,974 career passing yards and was named the 2001 Hec Crighton Trophy winner. Without Chapdelaine, the 2002 Marauders turned to their running backs to lead the offence. Injuries sidelined Jesse Lumsden for much of the season, leaving Kyle Pyear to carry the rushing load on his own. Pyear led the CIS with 1,227 rushing yards and helped boost McMaster to a perfect 8–0 regular season. The playoffs were highlighted by a 7,000-plus crowd at Les Prince Field that witnessed McMaster demolish Queen’s 33–19 in the Yates Cup final, giving Mac three straight OUA titles. Again Mac was in the Churchill Bowl, but they were unable advance to the coveted Vanier Cup, succumbing this time to the Saint Mary’s Huskies. With Lumsden healthy and Pyear in his final season, the McMaster ground game had never been better than it was in 2003. The team broke 2,000 rushing yards for the first time and established a new OUA record of 2,807 yards in the process. Another undefeated season followed, and McMaster crushed Laurier in the Yates Cup. Because of poor field conditions on campus, playoff games were moved to Ivor Wynne Stadium where McMaster enjoyed its largest home crowds (12,464) to date. The Mitchell Bowl against Laval was undoubtedly the most closely contested of Mac’s four straight CIS semi-final appearances, noteworthy for a dominating second-half performance by rookie Marauder quarterback Adam Archibald. But the result was no more favourable than in previous years.

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Head coach Greg Marshall accepted an offer to become head coach of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats after the 2003 season. In doing so, Marshall became the first coach to make the jump from CIS to CFL head coaching since legendary Ted Reeve ascended from Queen’s to the Montreal Alouettes before the 1939 season. Marshall’s replacement was Marcello Campanaro, an assistant since 1997 who had handled the quarterbacks and was also a former Marauder in 1981. After three seasons sharing the offensive spotlight with Kyle Pyear and others, Jesse Lumsden emerged as a star in 2004. Closing in on a number of single-season and career rushing records, Lumsden’s on-field efforts brought the Marauders an unprecedented level of media attention throughout the entire season. He established new CIS single-season records of 1,816 yards and 21 touchdowns, and an OUA career record of 43 majors. He also set an OUA career mark of 4,138 rushing yards. Lumsden stood behind an offensive line that placed four of its five starters on the OUA all-star teams. The team finished in second place, losing its first regular season game since 2000 to Laurier. The Golden Hawks later defeated them in the Yates Cup, preventing the Marauders from becoming the first team to win five straight Yates titles. Lumsden was duly honoured with the Hec Crighton Trophy and subsequently the Borden Ladiner Gervais Award as the top male athlete in the CIS. He then signed a free agent contract with the NFL’s Seattle Seahawks. The “Post-Lumsden” era began in 2005 and the Marauder offense did not miss a beat. Using an attack that relied more on the strengths of quarterback Adam Archibald and a deep receiving corps, the offence averaged 321 passing yards and 184 rushing yards in eight regular-season and two playoff games, first and sixth in the country respectively. The 505 total yards of offence per game also put MAC atop the CIS. Despite the potent offense the Marauders finished the regular season with a 5-3 record. It was the first season since 1999 that the team had lost more than one game. A deep Laurier squad defeated the Marauders in the OUA semi-finals, and eventually the Golden Hawks won the Vanier Cup. Following the season, Laurier offensive coordinator Stefan Ptaszek was hired to lead the Marauders as Head Coach. His innovative play calling and design was a staple at Laurier and has helped the Marauder offence reach even newer heights since 2006. 2005 Marauder grads Jason Pottinger and Tristan Clovis joined the CFL ranks following their time at MAC. Play at Les Prince Field, the home of the Marauders since 1956, was suspended following the 2004 season to make way for the addition to the Ivor Wynne Centre, the David Braley Athletic Centre. McMaster played across town at Ivor Wynne Stadium in 2005 and continued to do so through the 2007 season before returning to campus to play at the new Ronald V. Joyce Stadium in the fall of 2008. The Marauders opened the stadium on September 13, 2008 in front of 4,000 fans against the Ottawa Gee Gees. Despite the Gee-Gees winning the contest 22- 19, fans enjoyed pregame performances by the McMaster University Choir, and the Burlington Teen Tour Band alongside of a thrilling pyrotechnics display and multiple video tributes on the stadium’s video scoreboard. Ryan Fantham moved in as the starting quarter back for the Marauders after the graduation of Adam Archibald. Fantham completed 130 of 226 for 1708 yards and 13 touchdowns in his eight conference games of 2008. McMaster first team All-Canadian Mike Bradwell returned from an injury he sustained in the spring to make eight catches for 108 yards to lead McMaster to a 27-19 victory over the Toronto Varsity Blues on October 3. In a game where Toronto was whistled for the third greatest penalty yardage in the OUA dating back to 1976 (12 penalties for 207 yards), Joey Nemet rushed for over one hundred yards for the second consecutive game. In front of 4,711 fans on October 18, 2008 the Marauders defeated the Windsor Lancers on Homecoming Weekend 40-11 to advance to the OUA quarter-finals. Nemet ran a career high of 172 yards on 20 carries and was named The Score University Rush Player of the Game for his efforts. At the quater-finals in Waterloo the Laurier Golden Hawks swept the Marauders 29-0 to eliminate them from the post season. Simon Binder was named a two time OUA All-Star in 2008 as both a first team rush/cover and a second team linebacker. Joining him on the second team squad was Mike Hoy, Kevin D’Hollander, Joey Nemet and James Edwards.

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The Toronto Argonauts secured some of their young Candian talent by locking up 2008 CFL Draft picks WR Bradwell and OL Chris Van Zeyl. The Argos made Bradwell the 13th overall (second round) pick in the Draft. Bradwell attended the Argos’ 2008 training camp before returning to McMaster for the 2008 season where he played four games and caught 23 passes for 277 yards and two touchdowns. Van Zeyl was a former draft pick of the Montreal Alouettes.

Making History —2011 to present The 2011 McMaster Football team came into the season, knowing that it could be a special year. With a returning cast that had come close, but fallen short in the OUA playoffs, the Marauders knew they were in position to take the next step and create some history of their own. The Marauders entered the season as one of the top contenders for the Yates Cup championship, emblematic of OUA supremacy. However, the consensus favourite was the Western University Mustangs, led by former Mac coach Greg Marshall. A high CIS ranking after beating perennially tough Queen’s in the league opener, put the Marauders into an early season showdown with Western. Giving credence to all the pundits, the Mustangs humbled the Marauders with a decisive 48-21 victory. A disappointing result for the Marauders, but still a watershed moment as now the team goals evolved to include getting another crack at Western. Behind the quarterback tandem of Kyle Quinlan and Marshall Ferguson, the McMaster offense became the most prolific in Canada. Not to be outdone, the Marauder defense emerged as a dominant unit, leading the nation in interceptions and only allowing 14 points per game versus opponents not named Mustangs. Moving past the loss in week two, the Marauders proceeded to finish the season on a six-game win streak to finish league play with a 7 and 1 record, the same as Western, but in second place behind the Mustangs. It was now time for the second season to begin. After cruising by the Queen’s Gaels in their second match-up of the year, the Marauders had their eyes set on the Western Mustangs to get revenge. The OUA Yates Cup final was a dream match-up with the league’s top two teams staring across the field at each other. The field would be TD Waterhouse Stadium, as Western enjoyed home-field by virtue of its earlier pasting of the Marauders. But a different script would play out this day, as the Marauder defense played, perhaps, its best game of the season, shutting down the vaunted Mustang ground game. With the offense under Kyle Quinlan, showing multiple weapons, the Marauders took over in the second half to win 41-19 for McMaster’s fifth Yates Cup in school history and the first for Stef Ptaszek as a head coach. The 2011 Uteck Bowl was McMaster’s first trip to a national semifinal since 2003, and the Marauders first trip to play in the Maritimes since winning the inaugural Atlantic Bowl in 1967. Facing a talented Acadia Axemen team that had dominated the AUS, McMaster found itself trailing 14-0 in the early going. However, the Marauders cut the deficit in half before the end of the first quarter and behind a potent passing attack, exploded for 24 points in the second quarter to seize control of the game. Displaying a diversity that kept Acadia on its heels, McMaster won 45-21 to earn the team’s first Vanier Cup berth in 44 years. Ironically, the 2011 season would end where it started, with McMaster facing Laval, with the two teams clashing under the dome at BC Place stadium and with considerably more at stake. On November 25, 2011, the McMaster football team faced the Laval Rouge et Or, which was looking for a second consecutive Vanier Cup and its sixth national title. The Marauders were widely viewed as underdogs but that August pre-season tilt had served a key purpose; the Laval mystique had been shattered as McMaster knew it could compete with the champs. Rushing out to a 23-0 lead by halftime, McMaster stunned the defending champs. But showing its own mettle, Laval rallied to take the lead 24-23. It was then Mac’s turn to respond and the Marauders regained the lead 31-24 before a late touchdown by Laval sent the game to overtime. The teams traded scores in the first overtime, making the score 38-38. In the second extra session, Marauder Steve Ventresca made a play that will live in McMaster history by intercepting a Laval pass; that set the stage for Tyler Crapigna to kick the game winning field goal giving McMaster its first Vanier Cup victory by the score of 41-38. The win came in what

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has been called by many the greatest Vanier Cup ever played, and is now a milestone achievement for McMaster University. McMaster’s current contributions to the CFL include: Ryan Donnelly (OL) - Winnipeg, Mike Bradwell (SB) - Toronto (still active), Jason Pottinger (LB) - Toronto, Andre Sadeghian (RB) - Hamilton, Ray Mariuz (LB) - Hamilton, Jesse Lumsden (RB) - Edmonton, Kyle Koch (OL) - Edmonton (still active), Jeff Robertshaw (DE) - Montreal, Andrew Jones (OL) - BC (still active), Jason Arakgi (S) - BC (still active), Matt O’Meara - Saskatchewan and Chris Van Zeyl (DL) - Toronto (still active). Mike Botterill (LB), Tristan Clovis (S), Fabio Filice (OL), and Chris Vrantsis (LS) retired from the CFL prior to the 2009/2010 season. McMaster has had 66 former players active in the CFL dating back to 1926.

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AWARDS

Team Championship Titles Vanier Cup champions (1): 2011 Yates Cup champions (5): 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2011 Uteck Bowl champions (1): 2011 Atlantic Bowl champions (1): 1967 CCIFC champions (1): 1967 OIFC champions (5): 1957, 1958, 1962, 1963, 1964 Shaw Cup (CIRFU Intermediate—Western group) champions (8): 1930, 1931, 1933, 1934, 1935, 1937, 1945, 1950 RMC Cup (CIRFU Intermediate) champions (3): 1934, 1935, 1937 Hamilton Junior City champions (1): 1943 CIRFU Toronto Group champions—Junior (2): 1921, 1922 CIRFU Toronto Group champions—Intermediate (2): 1903, 1904

Team Award Winners - MVP 1963

Steve Parazader

1972

Ron Southwick

1981

Jeff Treftlin

1964

Steve Ostapchuck

1973

Derek Forbes

1982

Tony O’Donnell

1965

Robert Howard

1974

Ross Tripp

1983

Steve Malizia

1966

Tom Johnson

1975

Ross Tripp

1984

Clorindo Grilli

1967

Dick Waring

1976

Ross Tripp

1985

Steve Malizia

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1968

John Krawczyk

1977

Dave Smith

1986

Sam Loucks

1969

Vince Lyons

1978

Steve Mallany

1987

John Sutton

1970

Marshal Caplan

1979

Jim McHugh / Carlyle Buchanan

1988

Sam Loucks

1971

Greg Hegson

1980

Carlyle Buchanan

Offensive MVP *split into separate offensive and defensive MVP awards in 1989. 1989

Tony D’Agostino

1997

Ryan Janzen

2005

Jon Behie

1990

Rob Ferry

1998

Ben Chapdelaine

2006

Andre Sadeghian

1991

Tony D’Agostino

1999

Ben Chapdelaine

2007

Adam Archibald

1992

John Matthews

2000

Kojo Aidoo

2008

Matt Peressini

1993

Rob Ferry

2001

Ben Chapdelaine

2009

Jordan Kozina

1994

Mike Morreale

2002

Kyle Pyear

2010

Kyle Quinlan

1995

Shane Chambers

2003

Jesse Lumsden

2011

Kyle Quinlan / Michael DiCroce

1996

Mathew Kalinowski

2004

Jesse Lumsden

Defensive MVP 1989

Lance Trumble

1997

Kevin Luschner

2005

Jason Pottinger

1990

Sel Jordan

1998

John Fleming

2006

Simon Binder

1991

Steve Viveiros

1999

Jon Dawson

2007

Simon Binder

1992

Steve Viveiros

2000

Jon Dawson

2008

Simon Binder

1993

Steve Viveiros

2001

Ray Mariuz

2009

Ryan Chmielewski

1994

Jack Dugas

2002

Ray Mariuz / Mike Botterill

2010

Ryan Chmielewski / Byron Metcalfe

1995

Kevin Luschner

2003

Tristan Clovis

2011

Ryan Chmielewski / Aram Eisho

1996

Kevin Luschner

2004

Jason Pottinger

Dr. Roy Bensen Award for Best Lineman Dedicated to the memory of Dr. Roy Bensen (McMaster B.A. 1906, B. Th. 1908), who captained the McMaster football team in 1906. Dr. Bensen later became a Professor in McMaster’s department of Philosophy beginning in 1930, serving as the department head from 1936 to his death in 1941. The current whereabouts of this trophy are at present unknown, as are winners after 1961. Please contact McMaster’s sports information office if you have information on either. 1943

R. Johnson

1949

Bill Berezowski

1957

Mike Cummings

1944

Not Available

1952

Lee Munn

1958

Bob Aitchison

1945

Stan Campbell

1953

Ken Stanley

1959

Don Clairmont

1946

Nick Speropoulos

1954

George Rawlyk

1960

Not Available

1947

Don McTavish

1955

George Rawlyk

1961

Ken Burns

1948

Carl Keil

1956

Pete Mitchell

Block and Tackle Award for Lineman of the Year The apparent successor of the Bensen Award. Split into separate offensive and defensive categories in 2000.

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1978

Ian Magowan

1986

Cam King

1993

Jack Dugas

1979

Tony Dippolito

1987

Bob MacDonald

1994

Michael Sikic

1980

Tony Dippolito

1988

Not Available

1995

Not Available

1981

Dan Bowes

1989

Bob MacDonald

1996

Darren Maludzinski

1982

Al Wood

1990

Matt Cressman

1997

Bunty Mehta

1983

Frank Campanaro

1991

Matt Cressman

1998

Drew Pullen

1984

Frank Campanaro

1992

Jack Dugas

1999

Ryan Donnelly

1985

Rob Kalvaitis

Fabio Filice

2008

Mike Hoy

Offensive Lineman of the Year 2000

Ryan Donnelly

2004

2001

Ryan Donnelly

2005 Kyle Koch

2009

Justin Glover

2002

Fabio Filice

2006

Kyle Koch

2010

Justin Glover

2003

Fabio Filice

2007

Justin Glover

2011

Matt Sewell

Jeff Robertshaw / Andrew Jones

2008

Mitchell Heighway

Defensive Lineman of the Year 2000

Dan McDonald

2004

2001

Colin Shanahan

2005 Nick Binder

2009

Steve Cecchini

2002

Colin Shanahan

2006

Nathan Finlay

2010

Tanvir Bhangoo

2003

Jeff Robertshaw

2007

Chris Van Zeyl

2011

Roberto Filice

Rookie of the Year 1981

Kevin Jackson

1992

Jim Bordignon

2002

Jon Behie / Nick Binder

1982

Steve Malizia

1993

Nathan Wright

2003

Adam Archibald

1983

Mark Horvath

1994

Josh Sherwood

2004

B.J. Malot

1984

Kevin Leshuk

1995

Not Available

2005

Jordan Kozina

1985

Paul Clatney

1996

Drew Pullen

2006

Justin Glover

1986

Bob MacDonald

1997

Ben Chapdelaine

2007

Ryan Chimelewski

1987

David Woolley

1998

Kojo Aidoo

2008

Jason Medeiros

1988

Not Available

1999

Colin Shanahan

2009

Cody Lynch / Matt Sewell

1989

Tony D’Agostino

2000

Kwame Aidoo

2010

Allan Dicks / Steven Ventresca

1990

Rob Ferry

2001

Jesse Lumsden / Matt O’Meara

2011

Chris Pezzetta / Nick Shortill

1991

Ryan Hudecki

Special Teams Player of the Year 1989

Claudio Silvestri

1997

Anthony Santostefano

2005

Simon Binder

1990

Chris Wakefield

1998

Derek Livingstone

2006

Mateusz Pawlowski

1991

Gord Chiarot

1999

Derek Livingstone

2007

Cory Bye

1992

Neil Fraser

2000

Kevin Beamer

2008

Simon Binder

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1993

Shane Chambers

2001

Tristan Clovis

2009

Denver Brown

1994

Glenn Langereins

2002

Mike Ray

2010

Cory Bye

1995

Not Available

2003

Nick Burns

2011

Tyler Crapigna

1996

Chris Dorrington

2004

Mike Ray

Most Improved Player 1989

Anthony Alfano

1997

Drew Pullen

2005

O: Jerry Brown / D: Byron Dinter

1990

Mike Boafo

1998

Ryan Donnelly

2006

O: Jordan Charter / D: Frank Longo

1991

Tim Clarke

1999

Jeff Smith

2007

O: Mike Labelle / D: Mitch Heighway

1992

Anthony Alfano

2000

Ray Mariuz

2008

O: Ryan Fantham / D: Justin Vince

1993

Dave Sturgis

2001

Vaughn Swart / Dave Forde

2009

O: Kyle Quinlan / D: Nelson Hutchings

1994

Jerome Jordan

2002

Brandon Little

2010

O: Brian Dowd / D: Joey Cupido

1995

Not Available

2003

Jesse Card

2011

O: Robert Babic / D: Steven Ventresca

1996

Michael Linton

2004

Jesse Card

Coaches Award (Awarded annually to a player who has best demonstrated leadership on and off the field) 1990

Keith Pangretitsch

1998

Chris Dorrington

2005

Jean-Paul Circelli / Nathan Finlay

1991

Matt Gammage

1999

Mike Linton and Fred Said

2006

Jon Behie

1992

Steve Viveiros

2000

Ben Chapdelaine / Drew Pullen

2007

Adam Archibald

1993

Jim Bordingnon

2001

Greg Restivo

2008

Phil Mills

1994

Shane Chambers

2002

Ray Mariuz

2009

Matt Giordano

1995

Ryan Hudecki

2003

Dave Forde

2010

Josh Kreidl

1996

Tom Pain

2004

Dave Forde / Kwame Aidoo

2011

Matt Peressini

1997

Kyle Sturrock

Community Service Award 2005 Nathan Finlay

Special Service Award (In recognition of outstanding contributions and dedication to Marauder football) 2010

Ryan Loveday

CIS Football Awards Hec Creighton Trophy - CIS Outstanding Player -

2004

Jesse Lumsden

2001

Ben Chapdelaine

2000

Kojo Aidoo

1984

Phil Scarfone

Peter Gorman Trophy

Frank Tindall Trophy

- Rookie of the Year -

1998

Kojo Aidoo

- CIS Coach of the Year -

2000

Greg Marshall

1982

Bernie Custis

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Gino Fracas Award 2001

Frank Gesztesi

1998

Mark Forsyth

OUA Major Award Winners OUA MVP

Dalt White Award

OUA Coach of the Year

2011

Michael DiCroce

2011

Kyle Quinlan

2000

Greg Marshall

2004

Jesse Lumsden

2003

Brandon Little

1999

Greg Marshall

2001

Ben Chapdelaine

2002

Michael Botterill

1984

Bernie Custis

2000

Kojo Aidoo

2001

Vaughn Swart

1982

Bernie Custis

1998

Ben Chapdelaine

2000

Kojo Aidoo

1984

Phil Scarfone

1983

Phil Scarfone

1974

Ross Tripp (west div.)

President’s Trophy

J.P. Metras Trophy

- Standup Defensive Player -

- Lineman of the Year -

Norm Marshall Trophy - Rookie of the Year -

2011

Ryan Chmielewski

2005

Kyle Koch

2009

Cody Lynch

2005

Jason Pottinger

1974

Ron Southwick (east div.)

2007

Ryan Chmielewski

2004

Jason Pottinger

1998

Kojo Aidoo

2002

Ray Mariuz

1997

Ben Chapdelaine

1985

Mark Horvath

McMaster Marauder Football OUA All-Stars 1964

Steve Ostapchuk, Halfback; Bob Angi, Centre; Dennis Griffin, Guard; Valdis Libis, Tackle; Robert Howard, End; Bryce Leggatt, Corner LB; Nenad Stetic, Middle Guard; James Hann, End

1965

Bob Howard, End; Dick Potruff, Defensive Line

1966

John Krawczyk, Flanker; Tom Johnson, Halfback; Steve Ostapchuk, Fullback; Regi Valentinuzzi, Guard; Gary Jobe, Tackle; Bob Howard, End; Jim Turnbull; Halfback; Doug Kelcher. Corner LB; Gary Jobe, Tackle

1967

John Watson, Fullback; Dick Waring, Quarterback; Don Brescasin, Centre; Rick Argo, Off. Guard; John Krawczyk, Off. Tackle; Tom Allan, Off. End; Bob Johnston, Def. End; Mike Armstrong, Def. End; Bob Honey, Def. Tackle; Brian Foyer, Middle Guard; Greg McQueen, Linebacker; Todd Reynolds, Def. Halfback

1968

John Krawczyk, Def. Halfback

1970

Jerry Mays, Tight End

1971

(OUAA West) Keith Johnston, Right Guard; Greg Higson, Running Back; Mike O’Shaughnessy, Def. End

1972

(OUAA West) Paul Perras, Guard; Mike Zuk, Def. Tackle; Cam Blimke, Linebacker; Ralph Corvino, Def. Back

1973

(OUAA West) Maurice Charbonneau, Tackle; Derek Forbes, Def. End

1974

(OUAA West) Maurice Charbonneau, Tackle; Ross Tripp, Off. Halfback; Ron Southwick, Linebacker

1975

(O-QIFC West) Ross Tripp, Off. Halfback

1977

(O-QIFC West) Bob Hultgren, Def. Back

1978

(O-QIFC West) Ian Magowan, Def. Tackle; Jim McHugh, Linebacker

21


1980

First Team: Frank Mofatt, Tackle; Carlyle Buchanan, Running Back Second Team: Ossie Wilson, Def. Back

1981

First Team: Enrico Dippolito, Def. Back Second Team: Peter Proverbs, Tight End; Jeff Treftlin, Def. Back

1982

First Team: Jim West, Tight End; Jeff Treftlin, Def. Back Second Team: Bill Godkin, Wide Receiver; Brian Jarvis, Running Back

1983

First Team: Bill Godkin, Wde Receiver; Phil Scarfone, Quarterback; Jeff Treftlin, Def. Back Second Team: Rich Buchanan, Tight End; Steve Malizia, Running Back; Dan Bowes, Def. Line; Richard Storey, Def. Line

1984

First Team: Phil Scarfone, Quarterback; Steve Malizia, Running Back; Jim West, Inside Receiver; Clorindo Grilli, Wide Receiver; Frank Campanaro, Guard; Richard Storey, Def. Line; Kevin Jackson, Linebacker; Mark Horvath, Def. Back Second Team: Bill Godkin, Wide Receiver; Al Wood, Centre; Chris Moore, Tackle; Rob Kalvaitis, Def. Line; Dave Pappin, Linebacker; Jack Tosta, Linebacker; Hugh Northey, Def. Back

1985

First Team: Steve Malizia, Running Back; Sean McKenna, Guard; Dave Pappin, Linebacker; Mark Horvath, Def. Back Second Team: Richard Storey, Def. Line; Rob Kalvitis, Def. Line

1986

First Team: Ralf Rosenkranz, Inside Receiver; Rob Kalvaitis, Def. Line; Paul Clatney, Def. Back Second Team: Sam Loucks, Running Back; Chris Moore, Guard; Cam King, Def. Line; Dave Pappin, Linebacker

1987

First Team: John Sutton, Running Back; Bob MacDonald, Tackle Second Team: Rob DeRosa, Guard; Rob DeLuca, Punter

1988

First Team: John Monaco, Tight End

1989

First Team: Bob McDonald, Tackle Second Team: Tony D’Agostino, Running Back; Jamie Sands, Wide Receiver; Rob DeRosa, Guard

1990

Second Team: Selwyn Jordan, Linebacker

1991

Second Team: Tony D’Agostino, Running Back; Matt Gammage, Def. Line

1992

Second Team: Mike Morreale, Wide Receiver

1993

Second Team: Jack Dugas, Def. Tackle; Steve Viveiros, Linebacker

1994

First Team: Mike Morreale, Wide Receiver Second Team: Jack Dugas, Def. Tackle; Jay Jordan, Def. Back

1996

Second Team: Kevin Leuschner, Safety

1977

First Team: Ryan Janzen, Wide Receiver; Kevin Leuschner, Safety

1998

First Team: Ben Chapdelaine, Quarterback; Derek Livingstone, Place Kicker; Ryan Janzen, Wide Receiver Second Team: Jon Dawson, Linebacker; John Fleming, Safety; Mark Stoetzel, Tight End; Mike Linton, Wide Receiver; Nic Armstrong, Returner

1999

First Team: Ben Chapdelaine, Quarterback; Ryan Donnelly, Off. Guard; Derek Livingstone, Place Kicker; Mike Linton, Wide Receiver Second Team: Mark Stoetzel, Off. Tackle; Jon Dawson, Linebacker; Chris Dorrington, Inside Receiver; Ryan Janzen, Wide Receiver

2000

First Team: Ben Chapdelaine, Quarterback; Kojo Aidoo, Running Back; Ryan Donnelly, Off. Guard; Rob Stanfield, Off. Tackle; Ryan Janzen, Wide Receiver; Mike Linton, Wide Receiver; Jon Dawson, Linebacker; Kwame Aidoo, Def. Back Second Team: Mike Kazlauskas, Centre; Derek Livingstone, Place Kicker; Dan Mcdonald, Def. Tackle; Nic Armstrong, Def. Back

2001

 irst Team: Ben Chapdelaine, Quarterback; Chris Rankin, Wide Receiver; Kyle Pyear, Running Back; Ryan Donnelly, F Off. Guard; Ray Mariuz, Linebacker Second Team: Greg Restivo, Def. Back; Colin Shanahan, Def. Line; Andrew Caprara, Def. End; Kwame Aidoo, Def. Back; Fabio Filice, Off. Tackle

2002

First Team: Fabio Filice, Off. Tackle; Kyle Pyear, Running Back; Dave Forde, Off. Guard; Ray Mariuz, Linebacker; Kwame Aidoo, Def. Back; Colin Shanahan, Def. Tackle Brandon Little, Def. Back; Mike Ray, Place Kicker Second Team: Mike Gow, Def. End; Vaughn Swart, Wide Receiver; Mike Botterill, Linebacker; Manny Furtado, Cover

22


2003

First Team: Fabio Filice, Off. Tackle; Dave Forde, Off. Guard; Jesse Lumsden, Running Back; Vaughn Swart, Wide Receiver; Mike Ray, Place Kicker; Colin Shanahan, Def. Tackle; Tristan Clovis, Linebacker; Jesse Card, Cornerback Second Team: Kyle Pyear, Running Back; Jeff Robertshaw, Def. End; Jason Pottinger, Linebacker; Josh Armstrong, Def. Back; Nick Burns, Rush Cover

2004

First Team: Jesse Lumsden, Running Back; Fabio Filice, Off. Guard; Matt O’Meara, Off. Tackle; Jeff Robertshaw, Def. End; Andrew Jones, Def. Tackle; Tristan Clovis, Linebacker; Jason Pottinger, Linebacker; Jesse Card, Def. Halfback Second Team: Dave Forde, Center; Kyle Koch, Off. Guard; Kwame Aidoo, Cornerback; Brandon Little, Def. Halfback; Mike Ray, Place Kicker; Rick Andrade, Kick Returner

2005

First Team: Kyle Koch, Off. Guard; Vaughan Swart, Inside Receiver; Andrew Jones, Def. Tackle; Jason Pottinger, Linebacker Second Team: Jordan Kozina, Running Back; Nick Binder, Def. End; Byron Dinter, Def. Halfback; Jon Chard, Free Safety

2006

First Team: Kyle Koch, Guard; Andre Sadeghian, Running Back; Nate Finlay, Def. Tackle; Jesse Card, Safety Second Team: Andrew Jones, Def. Tackle; Chris Van Zeyl, Def. End; Simon Binder, Linebacker; Byron Dinter, Halfback, Kesrick Wainright, Cornerback

2007

First Team: Mike Bradwell, Inside Receiver; Rob Serviss, Wide Receiver, Chris Van Zeyl, Defensive Tackle

2008

First Team: Simon Binder, Rush/Cover Second Team: Mike Hoy, Guard; Kevin D’Hollander, Inside Receiver; Joey Nemet, Running Back; James Edwards, Defensive End; Simon Binder, Linebacker

2009

First Team: Justin Glover, Guard; Ryan Chmielewski, Linebacker Second Team: Matt Sewell, Tackle; Steve Cecchini, Def. End; Byron Metcalfe, Def. Halfback; Cody Lynch, Cornerback

2010

First Team: Justin Glover, Centre; Michael DiCroce, Wide Receiver; Ryan Chmielewski, Linebacker Second Team: Kyle Quinlan, Quarterback; Michael Hoy, Guard; Matt Sewell, Offensive Tackle; Joey Nemet, Running Back; Roberto Filice, Defensive Tackle; Scott Caterine, Defensive End; Joey Cupido, Cornerback

2011

First Team: Kyle Quinlan, Quarterback; Jason Medeiros, Guard; Matt Sewell, Offensive Tackle; Michael DiCroce, Wide Receiver; Tyler Crapigna, Place Kicker; Ryan Chmielewski, Linebacker; Mike Daly, Free Safety Second Team: Elliott Montag, Centre; Matt Peressini, Inside Receiver; Scott Caterine, Defensive End; Steven Ventresca, Cornerback

McMaster Marauder Football All-Canadians 1966

Joe Watt, Defensive Tackle (Awarded by Sports Canada Magazine)

1970

Joe Watt, Offensive Tackle (Awarded by Canadian Sports Digest)

1971

Keith Johnston, Offensive Guard

1972

Paul Peras, Offensive Guard

1974

Ron Southwick, Linebacker

1984

Phil Scarfone, Quarterback; Mark Horvath, Defensive Back

1985

Mark Horvath, Defensive Back

1986

Second Team: Paul Clatney, Defensive Back; Rob Kalvaitis, Defensive Line; Ralf Rosenkranz

1987

Second Team: Bob MacDonald, Tackle

1989

Second Team: Bob MacDonald, Tackle

1994

Second Team: Mike Morreale, Wide Receiver

1997

Second Team: Ryan Janzen, Wide Receiver

1998

Second Team: Ben Chapdelaine, Quarterback

1999

First Team: Derek Livingstone, Place Kicker

2000

First Team: Ben Chapdelaine, Quarterback; Kojo Aidoo, Running Back; Ryan Janzen, Inside Receiver Second Team: Michael Linton, Wide Reciever; Ryan Donnelly, Offensive Guard

23


2001

First Team: Ben Chapdelaine, Quarterback; Chris Rankin, Wide Receiver Second Team: Ryan Donnelly, Offensive Guard

2002

First Team: Kyle Pyear, Running Back; David Forde, Offensive Guard; Ray Mariuz, Linebacker Second Team: Fabio Filice, Offensive Tackle; Michael Ray, Place Kicker; Brandon Little, Defensive Back; Kwame Aidoo, Corner Back

2003

First Team: Jesse Lumsden, Running Back; Second Team: Vaughn Swart, Wide Receiver; Dave Forde, Offensive Guard; Mike Ray, Place Kicker; Tristan Clovis, Linebacker

2004

First Team: Jese Lumsden, Running Back; Fabio Filice, Offensive Tackle; Jason Pottinger, Linebacker; Second Team: Andrew Jones, Defensive Tackle; Jeff Robertshaw, Defensive Tackle

2005

First Team: Jason Pottinger, Linebacker; Kyle Koch, Offensive Guard; Second Team: Vaughan Swart, Inside Receiver

2006

First Team: Nathan Finlay, Defensive Line; Kyle Koch, Offensive Line Second Team: Andre Sadeghian, Running Back

2009

First Team: Justin Glover, Offensive Guard

2010

First Team: Justin Glover, Offensive Guard

2011

First Team: Michael DiCroce, Wide Receiver; Tyler Crapigna, Place Kicker Second Team: Kyle Quinlan, Quarterback; Jason Medeiros, Guard; Matt Sewell, Offensive Tackle

24


McMASTER FOOTBALL ALL-TIME GAME RESULTS

1901: J.A. McDonald, capt. [1-2 ex]

15-Oct-04

13

Trinity

1

__-___-01

0

UofT Dental

1

ex

22-Oct-04

7

Toronto II

18

__-___-01

5

St. Michael’s

12

ex

29-Oct-04

11

Trinity

1

__-___-01

22

Toronto Victorias

6

ex

5-Nov-04

20

Toronto II

1

12-Nov-04

30

RMC

23

(H)

PO

18-Nov-04

2

RMC

11

(A)

PO

1902: J.B. McArthur, capt. [0-1] 11-Oct-02

0

UCC

2

(A)

25-Oct-02

1

Toronto II

15

(A)

28-Oct-02

1

St.Andrew’s

1

(H)

(H) (H)

ex 1905: J.B. Pengelly, capt.·[1-1] ex

9-Oct-05

19

St.Andrew’s

1

(H)

ex

24

UCC

7

(A)

ex

8-Nov-02

16

RMC

5

(H)

ex

12-Oct-05

22-Nov-02

5

Woodstock

1

(A)

ex

14-Oct-05

11

Trinity

7

(A)

28-Oct-05

1

Toronto II

14

(H)

2-Nov-05

14

Victoria

0

(A)

ex

1903: George Stephens, capt. [2-0, 1-1] 3-Oct-03

2

St.Andrew’s

8

(H)

ex

4-Nov-05

0

Ham. Tigers

32

(A)

ex

10-Oct-03

19

St.Andrew’s

5

(A)

ex

6-Nov-05

13

Victoria

0

(A)

ex

13-Oct-03

5

UCC

1

(H)

ex

11-Nov-05

23

Woodstock

26

ex

17-Oct-03

17

Toronto II

11

(H)

24-Oct-03

30

Trinity

2

(A)

31-Oct-03

10

Queen’s II

6

(H)

PO

__-Oct-06

13

UCC

2

7-Nov-03

1

Queen’s II

7

(A)

PO

13-Oct-06

43

Trinity

0

(A)

13-Nov-03

12

Victoria

1

(A)

ex

20-Oct-06

1

Toronto II

10

(H)

1906: Bensen, capt. [1-1] ex

1907: E.F. Cohoe, capt.·[3-1] 1904: J.B. McArthur, capt.·[3-1, 1-1]

12-Oct-07

27

OAC

5

(A)

13-Oct-04

19-Oct-07

11

OAC

2

(H)

5

St.Andrew’s

1

(H)

ex

25


26-Oct-07

21

Toronto II

6

(A)

25-Oct-19

?

UTS

?

2-Nov-07

3

Toronto II

27

(H)

1-Nov-19

0

Woodstock

8

(A)

ex

15-Nov-19

8

Woodstock

31

(H)

ex

1908: Holman, capt.·[0-2] 10-Oct-08

26

Trinity

1

(A)

1920: E.G.H. Worden·[0-2]

17-Oct-08

W

Trinity

def.

11-Oct-20

0

Victoria

10

24-Oct-08

4

Toronto II

6

(A)

13-Oct-20

3

OAC II

28

(H)

31-Oct-08

12

Toronto II

13

(H)

16-Oct-20

1

Toronto III

27

(A)

ex

1921: E.G.H. Worden·[3-1-0, 0-1]

1909: Leon McCrimmon, capt.·[0-1-1] 9-Oct-09

16

Toronto II

16

(H)

15-Oct-21

7

OAC II

1

(A)

16-Oct-09

1

Toronto II

11

(A)

19-Oct-21

2

Toronto III

10

(H)

__-Oct-09

17

OAC

2

(A)

26-Oct-21

12

Toronto III

8

(A)

29-Oct-21

8

OAC II

2

(H)

12-Nov-21

1

Toronto III

6

(H)

ex

1910: Leon McCrimmon, capt. [0-0]

PO

no outside games 1922: E.G.H. Worden·[3-0-1, 0-2] 1911: Ashmore, capt. [0-2] 18-Oct-11

5

UCC

36

(A)

ex

14-Oct-22

40

OAC II

0

(H)

18-Oct-22

3

Toronto III

0

(H)

7

Toronto III

7

(A)

21-Oct-11

3

Toronto II

8

(H)

26-Oct-22

28-Oct-11

7

Toronto II

18

(A)

30-Oct-22

21

OAC II

10

(A)

8-Nov-22

1

Queen’s II

6

(A)

PO

25-Nov-22

1

Loyola

11

(A)

PO

1912: Ashmore, capt. [1-1] 5-Oct-12

12

Capitals

30

ex

12-Oct-12

13

OAC

19

(A)

31-Oct-12

1

Toronto II

29

(A)

17-Oct-23

6

Toronto III

7

(A)

9-Nov-12

5

Toronto II

4

(H)

20-Oct-23

16

OAC II

6

(H)

22-Oct-23

13

Victoria Col.

1

(A)

29-Oct-23

1

Toronto III

28

(H)

2-Nov-23

W

OAC II

def.

ex

1913: Freeman, capt. [0-2] 6-Oct-13

7

St. Michael’s

32

(A)

23-Oct-13

41

Victoria

0

(A)

25-Oct-13

8

Toronto II

24

8

St. Michael’s

45

26-Oct-14

L

Toronto II

def.

(H)

1

Toronto III

ex 10-Oct-24

0

Toronto III

13

(H)

18-Oct-24

4

St. Michael’s

11

(A)

25-Oct-24

2

Toronto III

13

(A)

29-Oct-24

6

St. Michael’s

12

(H)

(A)

1925: Harry Hobbs·[0-4]

1919: H.G. Doolittle, capt.·[0-3] 11-Oct-19

ex

1924: G. Wallace·[0-4]

1914: Kellock, capt. [0-2] 21-Oct-14

1923: E.G.H. Worden·[2-2]

22

15-Oct-19

1

UTS

17

22-Oct-19

6

Toronto III

25

(H) (H)

14-Oct-25

0

St. Michael’s

8

17-Oct-25

1

Toronto III

8

21-Oct-25

7

St. Michael’s

10

(H)

26


24-Oct-25

0

Toronto III

23

1926: E.K. Smith [0-4]

28-Oct-31

34

Western II

5

(H)

7-Nov-31

14

OAC

3

(A)

21-Nov-31

1

RMC

14

(A)

13-Oct-26

7

Toronto III

40

16-Oct-26

0

St. Michael’s

12

1932: Arthur A. Burridge·[2-2]

__-Oct-26

1

St. Michael’s

12

18-Oct-32

6

Western II

3

(A)

3-Nov-26

7

Toronto III

17

22-Oct-32

7

OAC

16

(H)

5-Nov-32

21

Western II

6

(H)

12-Nov-32

0

OAC

20

(A)

1927: E.K. Smith·[1-2] 12-Oct-27

22

OAC II

3

(A)

19-Oct-27

0

Toronto III

28

(A)

1933: Fred Veale [2-2, 0-1]

22-Oct-27

?

OAC

?

(H)

14-Oct-33

16

Western II

3

(H)

29-Oct-27

5

Toronto III

35

(H)

21-Oct-33

31

Western II

21

(A)

28-Oct-33

3

OAC

2

(A)

11-Nov-33

7

OAC

1

(H)

18-Nov-33

7

OAC

18

(H)

1928: E.K. Smith·[3-1]

PO

_-Oct-1928

11

Riverdale

5

13-Oct-28

6

Toronto III

20

(H)

17-Oct-28

13

OAC II

3

(H)

1934: Fred Veale [3-1, 2-0-1]

24-Oct-28

20

OAC II

0

(A)

13-Oct-34

2

OAC

7

(A)

20-Oct-34

19

Western II

1

(H)

10-Nov-34

34

Western II

2

(A)

3-Nov-34

25

OAC

7

(H)

17-Nov-34

9

OAC

5

(N)

PO

24-Nov-34

14

Toronto II

14

(A)

PO

29-Nov-34

7

Toronto II

1

(H)

PO

27-Oct-28

11

Toronto III

4

3-Nov-28

1

Toronto III

3

ex

PO

PO

1929: R. Robertson·[3-3] 5-Oct-29

5

OAC

25

(A)

9-Oct-29

1

Toronto II

3

12-Oct-29

21

Western II

6

19-Oct-29

11

Toronto II

10

23-Oct-29

30

Western II

6

(H)

5-Oct-35

39

Western II

1

(A)

26-Oct-29

6

OAC

21

(H)

12-Oct-35

13

OAC

3

(H)

19-Oct-35

29

Toronto II

8

(H)

26-Oct-35

12

Toronto II

11

(A)

(A) 1935: Glen Small·[6-0, 1-0]

1930: Arthur A. Burridge·[4-0, 1-1] 15-Oct-30

19

OAC

8

(A)

2-Nov-35

32

OAC

26

(A)

18-Oct-30

14

Western II

3

(H)

9-Nov-35

40

Western II

0

(H)

16-Nov-35

25

RMC

13

(A)

29-Oct-30

13

Western II

3

(A)

1-Nov-30

7

OAC

3

(H)

8-Nov-30

14

Loyola

4

(H)

PO

1936:·Glen Small [3-2-1]

15-Nov-30

10

RMC

18

(H)

PO

10-Oct-36

2

OAC

4

(H)

17-Oct-36

12

Western II

1

(A)

1931: Arthur A. Burridge·[3-1, 0-1]

24-Oct-36

12

Toronto II

10

(H)

10-Oct-31

7

Western II

1

(A)

31-Oct-36

2

Toronto II

2

(A)

17-Oct-31

6

OAC

11

(H)

7-Nov-36

29

Western II

17

(H)

PO

27


14-Nov-36

6

OAC

7

(A)

1943:·Gordon Price·[4-0]

1937:·Glen Small·[4-1, 1-1]

16-Oct-43

21

Ham. Navy

0

23-Oct-43

13

Eastwoods

0

2-Oct-37

1

Ham. Tigers

9

(H)

ex

30-Oct-43

19

Eastwoods

0

9-Oct-37

5

Ham. Panth.

6

(A)

ex

6-Nov-43

23

Ham. Navy

0

9-Oct-37

dnp

Western

dnp

16-Oct-37

25

OAC

5

(H)

23-Oct-37

16

Toronto II

7

(A)

30-Oct-37

16

Toronto II

13

(H)

1945:·Tommy Henderson·[3-0-1]

6-Nov-37

9

OAC

13

(A)

13-Oct-45

18

Toronto

9

(A)

13-Nov-37

32

Western II

0

(H)

20-Oct-45

18

Western II

0

(H)

20-Nov-37

22

Queens II

2

(H)

27-Oct-45

28

OAC

3

(A)

3-Nov-45

8

Western II

8

(A)

17-Nov-45

20

OAC

8

(H)

1944: no team

PO

1938:·Glen Small·[4-2] 1-Oct-38

12

Ham. Tigers

13

(H)

8-Oct-38

5

OAC

27

(H)

1946:·Fred Veale·[0-6]

15-Oct-38

11

Western II

25

(A)

28-Sep-46

5

McGill

24

(A)

22-Oct-38

12

Toronto II

0

(A)

3-Oct-46

8

OAC

9

(H)

29-Oct-38

24

Toronto II

1

(H)

12-Oct-46

1

Western II

52

(A)

5-Nov-38

12

Western II

8

(H)

19-Oct-46

0

Toronto II

13

(A)

12-Nov-38

11

OAC

8

(A)

24-Oct-46

12

Western II

29

(H)

31-Oct-46

7

Toronto II

16

(H)

9-Nov-46

6

OAC

37

(A)

ex

ex

1939:·Gordon Price [4-2] 7-Oct-39

21

Western II

0

(H)

14-Oct-39

14

OAC

20

(A)

1947:·Fred Veale·[0-6]

21-Oct-39

0

Toronto II

15

(A)

4-Oct-47

1

McGill

30

(A)

28-Oct-39

10

Toronto II

2

(H)

9-Oct-47

2

OAC

12

(H)

4-Nov-39

12

OAC

8

(H)

18-Oct-47

2

Western II

28

(H)

11-Nov-39

15

Western II

1

(A)

24-Oct-47

5

Toronto II

13

(A)

1-Nov-47

18

Western II

20

(A)

6-Nov-47

0

Toronto II

23

(H)

15-Nov-47

0

OAC

25

(A)

1940: no team

ex

ex

1941:·Arthur A. Burridge·[0-1 ex] 15-Nov-41

0

Ham. Wildc.

7

ex

1942:·Gordon Price·[3-0 ex] 24-Oct-42

27

Dundas Cappa Cubs

0

31-Oct-42

21

Blue Bombers (Hamilton)

0

Eastwoods

1

14-Nov-42

13

(H)

ex ex ex

1948:·Tommy Henderson·[0-6] 25-Sep-48

9

Queen’s

33

(H)

ex

2-Oct-48

25

Waterloo

0

(H)

ex

6-Oct-48

6

OAC

25

(H)

14-Oct-48

6

Western II

36

(H)

21-Oct-48

0

Toronto II

9

(H)

29-Oct-48

0

Toronto II

59

(A)

5-Nov-48

3

Western II

61

(A)

28


13-Nov-48

0

OAC

58

(A)

1949:·Bernie Taylor [1-5] ex

3-Oct-53

13

Western

40

(H)

17-Oct-53

0

Toronto

24

(A)

24-Oct-53

7

McGill

13

(A)

31-Oct-53

20

Queens

34

(A)

7-Nov-53

0

Queens

28

(H)

1-Oct-49

7

Queen’s

5

(H)

7-Oct-49

7

Toronto II

4

(A)

14-Oct-49

11

Western II

27

(H)

22-Oct-49

6

OAC

27

(A)

1954: Al Smith·[4-4 ex]

27-Oct-49

1

Toronto II

17

(H)

17-Sep-54

6

(A)

ex

7

OAC

16

(H)

Oakville Black Knights

12

4-Nov-49 12-Nov-49

1

Western II

14

(A)

24-Sep-54

26

McGill

6

(H)

ex

2-Oct-54

22

McGill

23

(A)

ex

9-Oct-54

35

St. F-X

13

(A)

ex

11-Oct-54

24

HMCS Shearwater

1

(A)

ex

19-Oct-54

38

Ryerson

0

(H)

ex

21-Oct-54

0

OAC

8

(A)

ex

3-Nov-54

7

OAC

12

(H)

ex

1950:·Bernie Taylor·[6-0] 30-Sep-50

6

Queens

23

(H)

7-Oct-50

14

Western II

6

(H)

13-Oct-50

18

Toronto II

10

(A)

21-Oct-50

45

OAC

12

(H)

27-Oct-50

17

Western II

16

(A)

4-Nov-50

19

Toronto II

5

(H)

11-Nov-50

24

OAC

17

(A)

ex

1955: Al Smith·[0-7 ex]

1951:·Al Smith·[2-4] 22-Sep-51

3

Queens

7

(H)

ex

28-Sep-51

6

Toronto

14

(A)

ex

6-Oct-51

5

Sarnia

20

(H)

8-Oct-51

21

Windsor

5

(H)

13-Oct-51

13

Balmy Beach

16

(A)

17-Oct-51

12

Balmy Beach

36

(H)

20-Oct-51

13

Sarnia

31

(A)

27-Oct-51

50

Windsor

6

(A)

20-Sep-52

13

McGill

25

(H)

27-Sep-52

12

Toronto

16

(A)

4-Oct-52

14

Brantford

8

(H)

ex

11-Oct-52

25

Coburg

5

(A)

ex

25-Oct-52

44

OAC

1

(H)

ex

5-Nov-52

6

Western

9

(H)

1-Nov-52

12

McGill

14

(A)

8-Nov-52

9

Queens

21

(A)

26-Sep-53

12

McGill

13

(H)

6

Oakville Black Knights

19

(A)

ex

16-Sep-55

0

McGill

24

(H)

ex

24-Sep-55

5

Toronto

31

(A)

ex

30-Sep-55

6

OAC

19

(H)

ex

10-Oct-55

1

OAC

29

(A)

ex

14-Oct-55

0

Buffalo

29

(H)

ex

22-Oct-55

6

St. Lawrence

30

(A)

ex

28-Oct-55

7

Central State

33

(H)

ex

1956: Al Smith·[4-3-1 ex]

1952: Al Smith·[0-5]

1953: Al Smith·[0-6]

13-Sep-55

22-Sep-56

8

Toronto

17

(H)

ex

29-Sep-56

6

McGill

47

(A)

ex

3-Oct-56

28

Ryerson

0

(A)

ex

8-Oct-56

34

OAC

6

(H)

ex

13-Oct-56

21

OAC

14

(A)

ex

20-Oct-56

8

RMC

8

(H)

ex

27-Oct-56

12

Ohio Central

21

(A)

ex

3-Nov-56

38

Carleton

18

(H)

ex

(A)

1957: Al Smith·[7-0] 21-Sep-57

57

Carleton

0

28-Sep-57

can.

Toronto

can.

5-Oct-57

can.

RMC

can.

ex

29


14-Oct-57

69

Waterloo

0

(H)

28-Oct-61

15

Carleton

14

(A)

19-Oct-57

77

Waterloo

0

(A)

4-Nov-61

63

OAC

0

(H)

26-Oct-57

47

Ottawa

7

(H)

11-Nov-61

23

Waterloo

7

(A)

28-Oct-58

55

RMC

0

(A)

25-Nov-61

0

St. F-X

14

(A)

2-Nov-57

18

OAC

6

(H)

9-Nov-57

10

OAC

1

(A)

AB

1962: Bob Dawson·[7-0, 1-0]

1958: Al Smith·[6-1]

29-Sep-62

44

Waterloo

7

(H)

6-Oct-62

21

RMC

0

(A)

4-Oct-58

55

Carleton

0

(H)

13-Oct-62

42

OAC

0

(A)

11-Oct-58

20

RMC

6

(H)

20-Oct-62

40

OAC

3

(H)

13-Oct-58

13

OAC

8

(A)

27-Oct-62

34

Ottawa

12

(A)

18-Oct-58

7

Waterloo

1

(A)

3-Nov-62

26

Waterloo

0

(A)

25-Oct-58

40

Waterloo

0

(H)

10-Nov-62

20

Carleton

7

(H)

1-Nov-58

2

OAC

39

(H)

24-Nov-62

10

Carleton

6

(H)

PO

7-Nov-58

29

Ottawa

19

(A) ex

1963: Bob Dawson·[6-1] 1959: Al Smith·[4-3] ex

21-Sep-63

0

Western

40

(A)

28-Sep-63

26

Waterloo

6

(A)

26-Sep-59

24

Ryerson

0

(H)

3-Oct-59

20

Waterloo

0

(A)

5-Oct-63

8

Lutheran

7

(A)

10-Oct-59

3

OAC

13

(A)

12-Oct-63

41

OAC

1

(A)

12-Oct-59

13

Waterloo

1

(H)

19-Oct-63

38

RMC

0

(H)

8

Ottawa

0

(A)

17-Oct-59

14

Ottawa

34

(H)

26-Oct-63

24-Oct-59

12

RMC

7

(A)

2-Nov-63

38

Loyola

0

(H)

31-Oct-59

7

OAC

8

(H)

9-Nov-63

6

Carleton

9

(A)

7-Nov-59

15

Carleton

3

(A) 1964: Bob Dawson [7-0, 0-2]

1960: Al Smith·[5-2]

26-Sep-64

13

Waterloo

6

(A)

24-Sep-60

18

Oakville Bl. Kn.

19

(A)

30-Sep-64

24

Lutheran

9

(H)

1-Oct-60

19

Ottawa

20

(A)

3-Oct-64

0

UBC

47

(A)

8-Oct-60

21

OAC

0

(H)

10-Oct-64

21

Loyola

6

(A)

26

Carleton

15

(A)

ex

15-Oct-60

22

Waterloo

0

(A)

17-Oct-64

22-Oct-60

25

Waterloo

6

(H)

24-Oct-64

25

RMC

22

(H)

42

OAC

19

(H)

ex

29-Oct-60

39

RMC

1

(H)

31-Oct-64

5-Nov-60

9

OAC

15

(A)

7-Nov-64

30

Ottawa

20

(H)

12-Nov-60

39

Carleton

0

(H)

14-Nov-64

6

Queens

63

(A)

YC

21-Nov-64

1

St. Mary’s

15

(A)

AB

1961: Bob Dawson·[6-1, 1-0] 30-Sep-61

34

RMC

6

(A)

1965: Bob Dawson·[4-3]

7-Oct-61

4

Ottawa

9

(H)

25-Sep-65

38

RMC

13

(H)

14-Oct-61

20

OAC

0

(A)

29-Sep-65

10

Lutheran

11

(A)

21-Oct-61

32

Waterloo

7

(H)

2-Oct-65

8

UBC

8

(H)

ex

30


9-Oct-65

10

Ottawa

28

(A)

1969: Ray Johnson·[0-7]

16-Oct-65

21

Carleton

24

(H)

13-Sep-69

8

Lutheran

17

(A)

ex

23-Oct-65

7

Waterloo

1

(H)

21-Sep-69

14

Ottawa

31

(A)

ex

30-Oct-65

20

Loyola

15

(H)

27-Sep-69

3

Western

40

(A)

(A)

4-Oct-69

16

Toronto

35

(H)

11-Oct-69

13

Waterloo

14

(A)

1966: Jack Kennedy·[6-1]

18-Oct-69

13

McGill

49

(H)

17-Sep-66

20

Toronto

26

(A)

ex

25-Oct-69

9

Waterloo

38

(A)

24-Sep-66

4

Western

20

(H)

ex

1-Nov-69

0

Western

38

(H)

1-Oct-66

57

RMC

8

(A)

8-Nov-69

10

Queen’s

39

(A)

8-Oct-66

27

Waterloo

1

(H)

15-Oct-66

41

Laurentian

0

(A)

1970: Ray Johnson·[2-4-1]

22-Oct-66

24

Carleton

13

(H)

12-Sep-70

25

Sask.

8

(H)

ex

29-Oct-66

9

Lutheran

13

(H)

14-Sep-70

8

Guelph

25

(A)

ex

5-Nov-66

22

Ottawa

17

(A)

26-Sep-70

1

Waterloo

0

(A)

12-Nov-66

19

Guelph

8

(A)

3-Oct-70

0

McGill

30

(A)

10-Oct-70

9

Western

31

(H)

1967: Jack Kennedy ·[7-0, 1-1]

17-Oct-70

5

Western

23

(A)

16-Sep-67

0

Alberta

11

(A)

ex

24-Oct-70

13

Waterloo

10

(H)

18-Sep-67

34

Sask.

0

(A)

ex

31-Oct-70

17

Queen’s

31

(H)

23-Sep-67

17

Toronto

15

(H)

ex

7-Nov-70

7

Toronto

7

(A)

30-Sep-67

35

Ottawa

15

(H)

7-Oct-67

44

Gueph

0

(A)

1971; Ray Johnson·[5-2-1, 0-1]

14-Oct-67

21

Waterloo

9

(A)

11-Sep-71

13

Lutheran

34

(A)

21-Oct-67

23

Carleton

0

(H)

18-Sep-71

29

Carleton

9

(H)

28-Oct-67

51

Laurentian

0

(A)

25-Sep-71

39

Windsor

21

(A)

4-Nov-67

57

RMC

0

(A)

29-Sep-71

26

Guelph

1

(A)

11-Nov-67

18

Lutheran

0

(H)

1-Oct-71

17

Western

16

(H)

18-Nov-67

7

St. F-X

0

(A)

AB

8-Oct-71

7

Waterloo

33

(A)

VC

15-Oct-71

33

Lutheran

10

(H)

23-Oct-71

5

Guelph

5

(H)

30-Oct-71

9

Ottawa

18

(A)

PO

ex

7-Nov-65

25-Nov-67

32

9

Guelph

Alberta

14

10

(A)

1968: Jack Kennedy·[2-4] 14-Sep-68

3

Alberta

34

(H)

ex

28-Sep-68

34

Waterloo

6

(A)

1972: Jack Kennedy·[3-3]

5-Oct-68

26

McGill

38

(A)

11-Sep-72

10

Western

14

(H)

12-Oct-68

14

Western

30

(H)

16-Sep-72

27

Windsor

14

(H)

19-Oct-68

8

Toronto

44

(H)

23-Sep-72

3

Western

21

(A)

26-Oct-68

19

Waterloo

0

(H)

30-Sep-72

7

Waterloo

9

(H)

2-Nov-68

7

Queen’s

54

(H)

7-Oct-72

17

Lutheran

29

(A)

9-Nov-68

14

Western

24

(A)

14-Oct-72

22

York

13

(H)

21-Oct-72

23

Guelph

3

(A)

31


1973: Ray Johnson [1-6]

24-Sep-77

6

Toronto

14

(H)

10-Sep-73

3

Laurier

9

(H)

1-Oct-77

0

Waterloo

34

(A)

16-Sep-73

12

Guelph

23

(H)

8-Oct-77

15

York

1

(A)

29-Sep-73

0

Western

38

(A)

15-Oct-77

10

Laurier

28

(H)

6-Oct-73

15

York

16

(H)

22-Oct-77

14

Windsor

27

(H)

13-Oct-73

18

Guelph

3

(A)

27-Oct-73

14

Queen’s

43

(A)

1978: Ray Johnson·[2-5]

3-Nov-73

0

Waterloo

30

(A)

9-Sep-78

7

Windsor

36

(A)

16-Sep-78

16

York

17

(A)

23-Sep-78

6

Waterloo

29

(H)

30-Sep-78

25

Waterloo

15

(A)

1974: Ray Johnson·[3-4. 0-1] 9-Sep-74

14

Niagara Falls

16

(A)

14-Sep-74

7

Laurier

24

(H)

7-Oct-78

16

York

17

(H)

21-Sep-74

8

Western

29

(H)

14-Oct-78

22

Guelph

29

(A)

28-Sep-74

25

Guelph

21

(A)

21-Oct-78

23

Guleph

8

(H)

5-Oct-74

10

Bishop’s

18

(A)

11-Oct-74

15

Waterloo

7

(A)

1979: Ray Johnson·[0-7]

19-Oct-74

14

Ottawa

38

(H)

8-Sep-79

14

Toronto

38

(H)

26-Oct-74

20

Windsor

10

(A)

15-Sep-79

6

Waterloo

40

(H)

2-Nov-74

2

Laurier

40

(A)

21-Sep-79

0

Laurier

45

(A)

29-Sep-79

10

Windsor

41

(H)

1975: Ray Johnson·[0-7]

ex

PO

6-Oct-79

2

Western

28

(A)

13-Sep-75

16

Waterloo

29

(H)

13-Oct-79

3

Guleph

45

(A)

20-Sep-75

0

Guelph

45

(H)

20-Oct-79

19

York

21

(H)

27-Sep-75

3

Western

48

(A)

4-Oct-75

8

York

17

(A)

1980: Ray Johnson·[2-5]

11-Oct-75

2

Windsor

20

(H)

6-Sep-80

31

Concordia

34

(H)

18-Oct-75

3

Queen’s

16

(H)

13-Sep-80

10

Waterloo

8

(A)

25-Oct-75

11

Laurier

52

(A)

20-Sep-80

1

Toronto

41

(A)

27-Sep-80

22

Laurier

21

(H)

1976: Ray Johnson·[2-5]

4-Oct-80

15

Guelph

28

(H)

11-Sep-76

0

Western

39

(A)

11-Oct-80

17

York

26

(A)

18-Sep-76

11

Guelph

12

(H)

18-Oct-80

13

Windsor

23

(A)

25-Sep-76

4

Toronto

51

(A)

25-Oct-80

3

Western

21

(H)

2-Oct-76

20

Waterloo

8

(H)

9-Oct-76

4

Laurier

11

(A)

1981: Bernie Custis·[1-5-1]

16-Oct-76

26

York

11

(H)

12-Sep-81

7

Concordia

23

(A)

23-Oct-76

7

Windsor

43

(A)

19-Sep-81

14

Guelph

14

(A)

26-Sep-81

28

Toronto

35

(H)

3-Oct-81

7

Laurier

34

(A)

1977: Ray Johnson·[2-5] 10-Sep-77

6

Western

44

(H)

10-Oct-81

8

Windsor

10

(H)

17-Sep-77

20

Guelph

4

(A)

17-Oct-81

49

Waterloo

8

(H)

ex

ex

32


24-Oct-81

7

York

15

(H)

29-Sep-85

0

Western

42

(A)

31-Oct-81

0

Western

37

(A)

5-Oct-85

60

Waterloo

0

(H)

12-Oct-85

36

Windsor

1

(H)

19-Oct-85

14

York

18

(A)

26-Oct-85

7

Toronto

18

(H)

2-Nov-85

37

Guelph

7

(H)

1982: Bernie Custis [5-1-1. 0-1] 3-Sep-82

15

Carleton

13

(A)

ex

11-Sep-82

14

Guelph

10

(H)

17-Sep-82

1

Toronto

50

(A)

24-Sep-82

30

Waterloo

7

(A)

1986: Bernie Custis·[4-3, 0-1]

2-Oct-82

26

Laurier

26

(H)

6-Sep-86

11

Ottawa

28

(H)

9-Oct-82

16

Windsor

11

(A)

13-Sep-86

24

York

6

(A)

16-Oct-82

34

York

19

(A)

20-Sep-86

8

Guelph

23

(A)

23-Oct-82

39

Western

36

(H)

27-Sep-86

33

Waterloo

2

(H)

30-Oct-82

6

Toronto

28

PO

4-Oct-86

24

Windsor

7

(H)

11-Oct-86

22

Laurier

23

(A)

1983 Bernie Custis·[4-3, 1-1]

18-Oct-86

24

Western

36

(A)

3-Sep-83

25

Carleton

7

(H)

25-Oct-86

23

Toronto

20

(H)

10-Sep-83

28

Guelph

10

(H)

1-Nov-86

15

Western

30

(A)

PO

17-Sep-83

18

Laurier

29

(A)

22-Oct-83

14

Toronto

16

(H)

1987: Bernie Custis·[3-4]

1-Oct-83

29

Waterloo

0

(H)

4-Sep-87

0

Ottawa

24

(A)

ex

19

Windsor

24

(A)

ex

24-Sep-83

8

Western

23

(A)

12-Sep-87

8-Oct-83

20

Windsor

3

(H)

19-Sep-87

20

Guleph

40

(H)

15-Oct-83

25

York

13

(A)

26-Sep-87

17

Waterloo

16

(A)

33

York

32

(H)

29-Oct-83

43

Laurier

28

(A)

PO

3-Oct-87

5-Nov-83

16

Toronto

20

(A)

YC

10-Oct-87

11

Laurier

54

(H)

17-Oct-87

14

Western

33

(H)

24-Oct-87

24

Toronto

21

(A)

1984: Bernie Custis·[7-0, 0-1] 8-Sep-84

19

Queen’s

13

(A)

15-Sep-84

32

Laurier

6

(H)

1988: Bernie Custis·[3-4]

22-Sep-84

18

Western

17

(H)

3-Sep-88

21

Concordia

11

(H)

28-Sep-84

60

Waterloo

6

(A)

10-Sep-88

11

Laurier

23

(A)

15

Western

33

(H)

ex

6-Oct-84

51

Windsor

6

(A)

17-Sep-88

13-Oct-84

38

York

15

(H)

23-Sep-88

34

Toronto

30

(A)

20-Oct-84

8

Toronto

65

(A)

1-Oct-88

14

Guelph

23

(H)

8-Oct-88

21

Waterloo

7

(A)

15-Oct-88

18

Windsor

31

(H)

22-Oct-88

14

York

10

(A)

27-Oct-84

32

Guelph

21

(A)

3-Nov-84

15

Guelph

27

(H)

ex

PO

ex

1985: Bernie Custis·[3-4] 7-Sep-85

24

Queen’s

22

(H)

ex

1989: Steve Bruno [2-5]

14-Sep-85

36

Toronto

8

(A)

ex

3-Sep-89

14

Concordia

30

(A)

20-Sep-85

19

Laurier

21

(A)

9-Sep-89

31

Laurier

8

(H)

ex

33


16-Sep-89

6

Western

62

(A)

25-Sep-93

20

Toronto

25

(H)

23-Sep-89

0

Toronto

31

(H)

2-Oct-93

7

Waterloo

15

(A)

30-Sep-89

3

Guelph

20

(A)

9-Oct-93

10

Laurier

20

(H)

7-Oct-89

21

Waterloo

25

(H)

16-Oct-93

16

Windsor

22

(A)

14-Oct-89

8

Windsor

34

(A)

23-Oct-93

7

Western

43

(H)

21-Oct-89

31

York

3

(H) 1994: Al Bruno·[3-4]

1990: Steve Bruno [2-5] ex

3-Sep-94

2

Bishop’s

10

(H)

8-Sep-90

11

York

16

(H)

10-Sep-94

15

Windsor

20

(A)

15-Sep-90

11

Laurier

24

(A)

17-Sep-94

34

Guelph

31

(H)

22-Sep-90

3

Western

37

(H)

24-Sep-94

13

Western

56

(A)

29-Sep-90

14

Waterloo

24

(H)

1-Oct-94

23

Waterloo

19

(H)

4-Oct-90

7

Guelph

36

(A)

6-Oct-94

15

Laurier

51

(A)

12-Oct-90

1

Toronto

22

(A)

15-Oct-94

24

York

15

(H)

20-Oct-90

25

York

4

(H)

22-Oct-94

13

Toronto

22

(A)

27-Oct-90

16

Windsor

12

(A)

ex

1995: Al Bruno·[2-6] 1991: Steve Bruno·[3-4] ex

9-Sep-95

14

Windsor

12

(H)

16-Sep-95

26

Guelph

22

(A)

5-Sep-91

22

York

21

(A)

14-Sep-91

34

Windsor

3

(H)

23-Sep-95

6

Western

49

(H)

21-Sep-91

14

Laurier

37

(H)

30-Sep-95

7

Waterloo

33

(A)

28-Sep-91

7

Western

32

(A)

5-Oct-95

13

Laurier

42

(H)

5-Oct-91

0

Waterloo

27

(A)

14-Oct-95

14

York

20

(A)

12-Oct-91

46

Guelph

17

(H)

21-Oct-95

28

Toronto

36

(H)

19-Oct-91

56

Toronto

23

(H)

28-Oct-95

10

Laurier

33

(A)

24-Oct-91

33

York

19

(A) 1996: Al Bruno·[0-8]

1992: Steve Bruno [3-4]

7-Sep-96

0

Guelph

22

(H)

14-Sep-96

0

Western

28

(H)

(A)

21-Sep-96

13

Toronto

30

(A)

11

(H)

28-Sep-96

9

Waterloo

20

(H)

71

(A)

5-Oct-96

0

Windsor

37

(A)

Waterloo

24

(H)

12-Oct-96

0

Guelph

44

(A)

14

Laurier

80

(A)

19-Oct-96

13

York

15

(H)

40

Windsor

21

(H)

26-Oct-96

0

Laurier

22

(A)

7

Western

44

(A)

5-Sep-92

13

Ottawa

43

(H)

10-Sep-92

49

York

22

19-Sep-92

17

Guelph

25-Sep-92

24

Toronto

3-Oct-92

11

8-Oct-92 17-Oct-92 24-Oct-92

ex

1997: Greg Marshall·[2-5-1] 1993: Steve Bruno·[1-6] ex

6-Sep-97

10

York

21

(A)

4-Sep-93

6

Ottawa

14

(H)

13-Sep-97

0

Guelph

26

(H)

11-Sep-93

24

York

14

(H)

20-Sep-97

25

Laurier

53

(H)

18-Sep-93

12

Guelph

26

(A)

27-Sep-97

21

York

43

(A)

34


4-Oct-97

31

Windsor

25

(H)

2001: Greg Marshall [ 7-0-1, 3-1]

11-Oct-97

7

Waterloo

43

(A)

3-Sep-01

41

Queens

22

(A)

18-Oct-97

22

Toronto

10

(H)

8-Sep-01

21

Waterloo

21

(H)

25-Oct-97

35

Western

35

(A)

15-Sep-01

52

Windsor

1

(A)

22-Sep-01

48

Western

10

(H)

29-Sep-01

15

Laurier

9

(A)

1998: Greg Marshall·[4-4, 0-1] 12-Sep-98

29

Western

37

(H)

6-Oct-01

27

Ottawa

15

(H)

19-Sep-98

30

York

29

(A)

13-Oct-01

47

Guelph

3

(A)

26-Sep-98

31

Windsor

8

(A)

20-Oct-01

50

York

0

(H)

3-Oct-98

40

Toronto

8

(H)

27-Oct-01

62

York

0

(H)

PO

10-Oct-98

42

Waterloo

55

(A)

3-Nov-01

46

Western

20

(H)

PO

17-Oct-98

53

Windsor

14

(H)

11-Nov-01

30

Ottawa

22

(H)

YC

24-Oct-98

29

Laurier

56

(A)

17-Nov-01

6

Manitoba

27

(A)

CB

31-Oct-98

24

Guelph

47

(H)

7-Nov-98

32

Western

34

PO

2002: Greg Marshall [ 8-0-0, 3-1]

1999: Greg Marshall [6-2, 0-1]

2-Sep-02

27

Queen’s

25

(H)

7-Sep-02

34

Waterloo

3

(A)

11-Sep-99

33

Waterloo

24

(H)

14-Sep-02

37

Windsor

8

(H)

18-Sep-99

47

Windsor

1

(A)

21-Sep-02

38

Western

37

(A)

25-Sep-99

27

Laurier

53

(A)

28-Sep-02

43

Laurier

25

(H)

2-Oct-99

39

Guelph

32

(H)

5-Oct-02

32

Ottawa

2

(A)

7-Oct-99

31

Toronto

20

(A)

12-Oct-02

72

Toronto

0

(H)

16-Oct-99

6

Laval

49

(H)

19-Oct-02

27

York

0

(A)

23-Oct-99

34

Western

27

(H)

26-Oct-02

63

Guelph

10

(H)

PO

30-Oct-99

21

York

20

(A)

2-Nov-02

29

York

14

(H)

PO

7-Nov-99

27

Laurier

42

(A)

9-Nov-02

33

Queen’s

19

(H)

YC

16-Nov-02

25

St Mary’s

36

(H)

CB

PO

2000: Greg Marshall [7-1, 2-1] 9-Sep-00

41

Waterloo

33

(A)

2003: Greg Marshall [8-0-0, 3-1]

16-Sep-00

38

Windsor

0

(H)

1-Sep-03

56

Guelph

0

(H)

23-Sep-00

47

Laurier

15

(H)

6-Sep-03

51

York

0

(A)

30-Sep-00

53

Guelph

7

(A)

13-Sep-03

80

Toronto

0

(H)

7-Oct-00

62

Toronto

0

(H)

20-Sep-03

30

Queen’s

27

(A)

14-Oct-00

37

Bishops

11

(A)

27-Sep-03

31

Ottawa

0

(A)

21-Oct-00

8

Western

17

(A)

4-Oct-03

63

Western

35

(H)

28-Oct-00

39

York

3

(H)

11-Oct-03

56

Windsor

15

(A)

4-Nov-00

44

Waterloo

20

(H)

PO

18-Oct-03

57

Waterloo

10

(H)

11-Nov-00

48

Laurier

23

(H)

YC

25-Oct-03

70

Waterloo

7

(H)

PO

18-Oct-00

15

Ottawa

20

(H)

CB

1-Nov-03

55

Windsor

15

(H)

PO

8-Nov-03

41

Laurier

17

(H)

YC

15-Nov-03

32

Laval

36

(H)

MB

35


2004: Marcello Campanaro [7-1-0, 1-1]

14-Oct-06

12

Western

29

(A)

6-Sep-04

53

Western

32

(A)

21-Oct-06

43

Guelph

27

(H)

11-Sep-04

55

Waterloo

17

(H)

28-Oct-06

19

Queen’s

25

(H)

18-Sep-04

77

Toronto

14

(H)

25-Sep-04

33

Laurier

34

(A)

2-Oct-04

54

Guelph

2

(H)

9-Oct-04

35

York

6

(A)

16-Oct-04

32

Queen’s

13

(H)

23-Oct-04

59

Ottawa

1

(A)

6-Nov-04

40

Western

23

(H)

PO

13-Nov-04 om

19

Laurier

31

(A)

YC

PO

2007: Stefan Ptaszek [ 5-3-0, 0-1]

2005: Marchello Campanaro [ 5-3-0, 1-1]

3-Sep-07

26

Laurier

26

(A)

8-Sep-06

22

Western

15

(H)

15-Sep-06

20

Queen’s

24

(A)

22-Sep-06

39

Toronto

11

(H)

29-Sep-07

7

Ottawa

60

(H)

6-Oct-07

39

Waterloo

23

(A)

13-Oct-07

40

York

16

(H)

20-Oct-07

37

Guelph

36

(A)

27-Oct-07

21

Guelph

25

(H)

5-Sep-05

29

Windsor

22

(A)

10-Sep-05

28

Ottawa

18

(H)

17-Sep-05

31

Windsor

55

(H)

2008: Stefan Ptaszek [ 4-4-0, 0-1]

24-Sep-05

26

Laurier

33

(A)

1-Sep-08

11

Queen’s

35

(A)

1-Oct-05

43

Queen’s

24

(H)

6-Sep-08

17

Waterloo

30

(A)

19

Ottawa

22

(H)

8-Oct-05

20

Guelph

22

(A)

13-Sep-08

15-Oct-05

43

Waterloo

22

(H)

20-Sep-08

32

Guelph

31

(A)

26-Sep-08

A

York

0

(H)

22-Oct-05

64

Toronto

13

(A)

29-Oct-05

49

Windsor

19

(H)

PO

3-Oct-08

27

Toronto

19

(H)

5-Nov-05

21

Laurier

43

(A)

PO

11-Oct-08

31

Laurier

50

(A)

18-Oct-08

40

Windsor

11

(H)

25-Oct-08

0

Laurier

29

(A)

2006: Stefan Ptaszek [ 6-2-0, 0-1] 4-Sep-06

33

York

16

(A)

9-Sep-06

60

Waterloo

9

(H)

2009: Stefan Ptaszek [ 6-2-0, 1-1]

16-Sep-06

24

Ottawa

19

(A)

1-Sep-09

52

Waterloo

21

(H)

23-Sep-06

32

Windsor

20

(A)

12-Sep-09

7

Queen’s

8

(A)

49

York

8

(A)

PO

PO

1-Oct-06

37

Queen’s

5

(H)

19-Sep-09

7-Oct-06

12

Laurier

31

(H)

26-Sep-09

14

Laurier

30

(H)

14-Oct-06

12

Western

29

(A)

03-Oct-09

42

Western

35

(A)

08-Oct-09

21

Toronto

3

(H)

17-Oct-09

15

Windsor

14

(A)

24-Oct-09

32

Guelph

29

(H)

31-Oct-09

27

Ottawa

15

(A)

PO

07-Nov-09

6

Queen’s

32

(A)

PO

21-Oct-06

43

Guelph

27

(H)

28-Oct-06

19

Queen’s

25

(H)

2006: Stefan Ptaszek [ 6-2-0, 0-1]

PO

4-Sep-06

33

York

16

(A)

9-Sep-06

60

Waterloo

9

(H)

16-Sep-06

24

Ottawa

19

(A)

2010: Stefan Ptaszek [ 6-2-0, 1-1]

23-Sep-06

32

Windsor

20

(A)

31-Aug-10

23

Queen’s

18

(H)

1-Oct-06

37

Queen’s

5

(H)

06-Sep-10

26

Laurier

24

(H)

7-Oct-06

12

Laurier

31

(H)

11-Sep-10

19

Western

50

(A)

36


18-Sep-10

35

Ottawa

43

(A)

25-Sep-10

39

Windsor

3

(H)

02-Oct-10

64

York

6

(A)

07-Oct-10

43

Guelph

35

(H)

16-Oct-10

40

Toronto

21

(A)

30-Oct-10

40

Queen’s

19

(H)

PO

06-Nov-10

28

Western

34

(A)

PO

2011: Stefan Ptaszek [ 7-1-0, 4-0] 05-Sep-11

26

Queen’s

2

(A)

10-Sep-11

21

Western

48

(H)

17-Sep-11

21

Windsor

19

(A)

24-Sep-11

37

Guelph

13

(A)

01-Oct-11

46

Waterloo

20

(H)

06-Oct-11

50

Toronto

14

(H)

15-Oct-11

25

Laurier

6

(A)

22-Oct-11

51

Ottawa

24

(H)

05-Nov-11

40

Queen’s

13

(H)

PO

12-Nov-11

41

Western

19

(A)

PO

18-Nov-11

45

Acadia

21

(A)

PO

25-Nov-11

41

Laval

38

(A)

PO

KEY TO ABBREVIATIONS def

default

dnp

did not play

ex

exhibition game

CB

Churchill Bowl game

YC

Yates Cup game

MB

Mitchell Bowl game

PO

playoff game

VC

Vanier Cup game

37


McMASTER FOOTBALL YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS

Exhibition

Regular Season

Season 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 1906 1907 1908 1909

W 1 2 3 1 4 1

L 2 2 1 0 2 0

1

0

1910

no league games

1911 1912 1913 1914 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928

0 0 1

1 2 0

0 0

2 1

1

0

1

0

T

W

L

T

0 2 3 1 1 3 0 0

1 0 1 1 1 1 2 1

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

0 1 0 0 0 0 3 3 2 0 0 0 1 3

2 1 2 2 3 2 1 0 2 4 4 4 2 1

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

Playoffs Place

W

L

1 1

1 1

0 0

1 2

T

Coach

E.G.H. Worden E.G.H. Worden E.G.H. Worden E.G.H. Worden G. Wallace Harry Hobbs E.K. Smith E.K. Smith E.K. Smith

38


Exhibition Season 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945

W

1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971

0 0 1 1 0 0 3

1 1 1 0 1 2 0

4 0 4

4 7 3

1 0

0 1

0 0

L

Regular Season T

2 1

W 3 4 3 2 2 3 6 3 4 4 4

L 3 0 1 2 2 1 0 2 1 2 2

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

Playoffs Place

W

L

1 0

1 1

0 2 1

1 0 0

1

0

No Team Fielded 0 1 0 3 0 0 No Team Fielded 1 0

0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1

1 1 0 2 1 1 2 1

1

1

4

0

0

3

0

1

T

1

Coach R. Robertson Arthur Burridge Arthur Burridge Arthur Burridge Fred Veale Fred Veale Glen Small Glen Small Glen Small Glen Small Gordon Price Arthur Burridge Gordon Price Gordon Price

1st

0 6 0 4th 0 6 0 4th 0 6 0 4th 1 5 0 3rd 6 0 0 1st 2 4 0 3rd 0 5 0 n/a 0 6 0 5th exhibition games only exhibition games only exhibition games only 7 0 0 1st 6 1 0 2nd 4 3 0 3rd 5 2 0 T-2nd 6 1 0 2nd 7 0 0 1st 6 1 0 1st 7 0 0 1st 4 3 0 T-4th 6 1 0 2nd 7 0 0 1st 2 4 0 5th 0 7 0 6th 2 4 1 4th 5 2 1 1st Central

Tommy Henderson

1 1

0 0

0

2

1

1

0

1

Fred Veale Fred Veale Tommy Henderson Bernie Taylor Bernie Taylor Al Smith Al Smith Al Smith Al Smith Al Smith Al Smith Al Smith Al Smith Al Smith Al Smith Bob Dawson Bob Dawson Bob Dawson Bob Dawson Bob Dawson Jack Kennedy Jack Kennedy Jack Kennedy Ray Johnson Ray Johnson Ray Johnson

39


Exhibition Season 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988

W 0

L 1

0

1

0 0 1 1 1 2 0 0 1

1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0

1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

0 0 1 0 0 0

1 1 0 1 1 1

0

1

Regular Season T

Playoffs

W 3 1 3 0 2 2 2 0 2 1 5 4 7 3 4 3 3

L 3 6 4 7 5 5 5 7 5 5 1 3 0 4 3 4 4

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

Place 5th West 5th West 4th West 7th West 5th West 6th West 6th West 8th West 7th 7th 1st 4th 1st 6th 4th 5th 6th

2 2 3 3 1 3 2 0 2 4 6 7 7 8 8 7 5 6 5 4 6 6 7

5 5 4 4 6 4 6 8 5 4 2 1 0 0 0 1 3 2 3 4 2 2 1

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

7th 7th 5th 6th 7th 6th 6th 8th 6th 4th 3rd 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 4th 4th 4th 6th 5th 3rd 2nd

W

L

0

1

0 1 0

1 1 1

0

1

0 0 2 3 3 3 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 4

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0

T

Coach Jack Kennedy Ray Johnson Ray Johnson Ray Johnson Ray Johnson Ray Johnson Ray Johnson Ray Johnson Ray Johnson Bernie Custis Bernie Custis Bernie Custis Bernie Custis Bernie Custis Bernie Custis Bernie Custis Bernie Custis Steve Bruno Steve Bruno Steve Bruno Steve Bruno Steve Bruno Al Bruno Al Bruno Al Bruno Greg Marshall Greg Marshall Greg Marshall Greg Marshall Greg Marshall Greg Marshall Greg Marshall Marcello Campanaro Marcello Campanaro Stefan Ptaszek Stefan Ptaszek Stefan Ptaszek Stefan Ptaszek Stefan Ptaszek Stefan Ptaszek

40


RECORD MANUAL

Scoring Most Points Scored, single season 126

Jesse Lumsden

2004

120

Kojo Aidoo

2000

120

Jesse Lumsden

2003

117

Mike Ray

2003

98

Russ Jackson

1957

94

Mike Ray

2002

89

Mike Ray

2004

88

Derek Livingstone

1999

83

Derek Livingstone

2000

74

Derek Livingstone

1998

Most TDs, single season

8

Chris Dorrington

1998

8

Ryan Janzen

2000

8

Kyle Pyear

2001

8

Joseph Nemet

2010

Most Rouges, single season 12

Derek Livingstone

2000

12

Rob DeLuca

1985

9

Andre Shadrack

1983

7

Adam Grant

2005

7

Mike Ray

2002

6

Doug Piteau

1957

6

Dominic Ferrelli

1981

6

Rob DeLuca

1988

5

Andre Shadrack

1984

21

Jesse Lumsden

2004

20

Kojo Aido

2000

5

Derek Livingstone

1997

20

Jesse Lumsden

2003

5

Derek Livingstone

1997

12

Kyle Pyear

2002

5

Jason Beer

1989

12

Andre Sadeghian

2006

5

Marc Crombeen

1993

11

Russ Jackson

1957

11

Kojo Aidoo

1998

5

Mike Ray

2004

9

Mike Bradwell

2007

Most Team Safety Touches, single season

9

Steve Malizia

1984

7

2003

9

John Sutton

1987

6

2004

8

Clorindo Grilli

1984

5

2010

4

1970

41


6

Tony Colalillo

1979-81, 1983

3

1971

3

1972

3

1973

2

1975

Most Converts, single season

2

1979

48

Mike Ray

2004

2

1986

47

Mike Ray

2003

1

(9 seasons)

38

Andre Shadrack

1984

38

Derek Livingstone

2000

Place Kicking

Most Points, career

33

Mike Ray

2002

346

Mike Ray

2000-04

32

Russ Jackson

1957

282

Jesse Lumsden

2001-04

31

Tyler Crapigna

2011

271

Derek Livingstone

1997-00

30

Derek Livingstone

1998

244

Kojo Aidoo

1998-02

25

Derek Livingstone

1999

205

Kyle Pyear

1999-03

23

Adam Grant

2005

162

Andre Shadeghian

2004-06

152

Rob DeLuca

1985-88

Most Converts Attempted, single season

148

Andre Shadrack

1983-87

49

Mike Ray

2004

139

Marc Crombeen

1990-94

39

Derek Livingstone

2000

1982-85

38

Andre Shadrack

1984

33

Mike Ray

2002

132

Steve Malizia

Most TDs, career

31

Tyler Crapigna

2011

47

Jesse Lumsden

2001-04

30

Derek Livingstone

1998

40

Kojo Aidoo

1998-02

22

Tyler Crapigna

2010

34

Kyle Pyear

1999-03

20

Mike Ray

2001

22

Steve Malizia

1982-85

19

Marc Crombeen

1991

21

John Sutton

1986-88

17

Rob DeLuca

1986

19

Clorindo Grilli

1981-85

18

Ryan Hudecki

1991-95

17

Joey Nemet

2007-10

16

Ryan Janzen

1997-00

16

Mike Morreale

1991-94

Most Rouges, career

Most Field Goals, single season 22

Mike Ray

2003

20

Derek Livingstone

1999

18

Mike Ray

2002

18

Tyler Crapigna

2011

13

Paulo Faiazza

2007

13

Derek Livingstone

1998

12

Steve Mallaney

1978

12

Mike Ray

2004

11

Derek Livingstone

2000

10

Andy Waugh

2008

Rob DeLuca

1985

Andy Waugh

2009

25

Derek Livingstone

1997-00

24

Rob DeLuca

1985-88

21

Mike Ray

2000-04

14

Andre Shadrack

1983-84

12

Marc Crombeen

1990-94

8

Dominic Ferrelli

1980-81

9

7

Adam Grant

2002-05

9

7

Andy Waugh

2007-10

Most Field Goals Attempted, single season

42


33

Mike Ray

2003

33

Steve Mallaney

1977-78

Tyler Crapigna

2010-11

29

Mike Ray

2002

33

28

Derek Livingstone

2000

30

Andre Shadrack

1983-84

23

Steve Mallaney

1978

29

Dominic Ferrelli

1979-81

Ken Bauz

1971, 1973

Andy Waugh

2007-10

22

Rob DeLuca

1985

27

21

Tyler Crapigna

2011

20

19

Derek Livingstone

1998

18

Mike Ray

2004

17

Paulo Faiazza

2007

17

Jason Beer

1989

17

Andy Waugh

2008

Field Goal Percentage, career (min. 15 attempts) 0.80

Andy Waugh

2007-10

0.787

Tyler Crapigna

2010-11

0.700

Paulo Faiazza

2005-07

0.648

Mike Ray

2001-04

Highest Field Goal Percentage, single season

0.583

Len Wheeler

1974-75

0.857

Tyler Crapigna

2011

0.568

Marc Crombeen

1990-94

0.833

Paulo Faiazza

2005

0.519

Ken Bauz

1971, 1973

Dominic Ferrelli

1979-81

0.778

Chris Demopolis

1982

0.517

0.764

Paulo Faiazza

2007

0.515

Steve Mallaney

1977-78

Jason Beer

1989

Andre Shadrack

1983-84

0.750

Andy Waugh

2009

0.471

0.684

Derek Livingstone

1998

0.467

0.667

Mike Ray

2003

0.667

Mike Ray

2004

0.667

Tyler Crapigna

2010

0.636

Mike Ray

2001

Most Field Goals Made, career

Converts Made, career 148

Mike Ray

2001-04

108

Derek Livingstone

1997-00

59

Rob DeLuca

1985-88

53

Tyler Crapigna

2010-11

59

Mike Ray

2001-04

52

Marc Crombeen

1990-94

53

Rob Deluca

1985-88

50

Andre Shadrack

1983-84

Dominic Ferrelli

1979-81

47

Derek Livingstone

1997-00

25

44

Marc Crombeen

1990-94

20

Adam Dixon

1996-96

35

Paulo Faiazza

2005-07

20

Ken Bauz

1971, 1973

26

Tyler Crapigna

2010-11

16

Steve Mallaney

1977-78

17

Steve Mallaney

1977-78

16

Alec Lockington

1968-70

16

Andy Waugh

2007-10

15

Dominic Ferrelli

1979-81

Most Field Goal Attempts, career

Converts Attempted, career 151

Mike Ray

2001-04

84*

Derek Livingstone *1999 data unavailable

1997-00

64

Rob DeLuca

1985-88

91

Mike Ray

2001-04

54*

Derek Livingstone

1997-00

57

Marc Crombeen

1990-94

53

Rob DeLuca

1985-88

53

Tyler Crapigna

2010-11

50

Paulo Faiazza

2005-07

51

Andre Shadrack

1983-84

44

Marc Crombeen

1990-94

26

Dominic Ferrelli

1979-81

*1999 data unavailable

43


24

Adam Dixon

1993-96

Most Rushing Touchdowns, single season

24

Ken Bauz

1971, 1973

21

Jesse Lumsden

2004

17

Steve Mallaney

1977-78

20

Kojo Aidoo

2000

19

Jesse Lumsden

2003

11

Kyle Pyear

2002

10

Andre Sadeghian

2006

9

John Sutton

1987

7

Jordan Kozina

2005

7

Steve Malizia

1984

Rushing Most Rushes, single season 184

Kyle Pyear

2002

178

Jesse Lumsden

2004

175

Kojo Aidoo

2000

167

Jesse Lumsden

2003

7

Kojo Aidoo

1998

158

Jordan Kozina

2005

7

Marcus Jack

1999

147

Ross Tripp

1973

130

Joey Nemet

2008

129

Ross Tripp

1974

126

Steve Malizia

1985

117

Tony D’Agostino

1989

Most Yards Rushing, single season 1816

Jesse Lumsden

2004

1497

Jesse Lumsden

2003

1329

Kojo Aidoo

2000

1227

Kyle Pyear

2002

1191

Jordan Kozina

2005

886

Andre Sadeghian

2006

820

Steve Malizia

1985

759

Joey Nemet

2008

727

Tony D’Agostino

1991

720

Jordan Kozina

2009

Highest Average Gain, single season (min. 25 carries) 10.2

Jesse Lumsden

2004

9.1

Rick Andrade

2003

9.0

Greg Higson

1971

9.0

Jesse Lumsden

2003

7.6

Kojo Aidoo

2000

7.6

Rick Andrade

2004

7.6

Jordan Kozina

2005

7.4

Jesse Lumsden

2002

7.4

Chris Dorrington

1999

7.2

Kyle Pyear

2003

Longest Run From Scrimmage 108 yds

Jesse Lumsden

09/11/04 vs. Waterloo

106 yds

Carlyle Buchanan

09/27/80

Most Rushes, career 492

Joey Nemet

2007-11

471

Ross Tripp

1973-76

459

Jesse Lumsden

2001-04

406

Kyle Pyear

1999-03

374

Jordan Kozina

2005-06, 2009-10

354

Kojo Aidoo

1999-00

316

Steve Malizia

1982-85

305

Carlyle Buchanan

1977-80

281

Ryan Hudecki

1991-95

270

John Sutton

1985-88

Most Rushing Yards, career 4138

Jesse Lumsden

2001-04

2640

Joey Nemet

2007-11

2637

Kyle Pyear

1999-03

2439

Jordan Kozina

2005-06, 2009-10

2389

Kojo Aidoo

1998-02

2084

Ross Tripp

1973-76

1896

Steve Malizia

1982-85

1456

John Sutton

1985-88

1387

Tony D’Agostino

1989-91

1337

Carlyle Buchanan

1977-80

Highest Career Rushing Average (min. 85 rushes) 9.0

Jesse Lumsden

2001-04

44


8.1

Rick Andrade

2002-04

123

Adam Archibald

2007

7.8

Greg Higson

1971-72

119

Ben Chapdelaine

1999

6.7

Kojo Aidoo

1998-02

110

Mike Kennedy

1994

6.5

Kyle Pyear

1999-03

107

Steve Friesen

1986

6.5

Jordan Kozina

2005-06, 2009-10

105

Phil Scarfone

1983

6.2

Chris Dormington

1996-99

6.0

Steve Malizia

1982-85

Most Yards Passing, single season

5.9

Tony D’Agostino

1989-91

2428

Ben Chapdelaine

1998

5.3

Joey Nemet

2007-11

2207

Ben Chapdelaine

2001

2207

Ben Chapdelaine

2000

2018

Kyle Quinlan

2010

2001-04

2010

Phil Scarfone

1984

Ben Chapdelaine

1999

Most Rushing Touchdowns, career 46

Jesse Lumsden

36

Kojo Aidoo

1998-02

1960

24

Kyle Pyear

1999-03

1950

Adam Archibald

2007

21

John Sutton

1985-88

1708

Ryan Fantham

2008

Kyle Quinlan

2011

Mike Kennedy

1994

19

Steve Malizia

1982-85

1708

15

Joey Nemet

2007-11

1693

13

Ryan Hudecki

1991-95

12

Brian Jarvis

1982-85

12

Jordan Kozina

2005-06, 2009-10

9

Chris Dorrington

1996-99

Passing Most Passes Attempted, single season

Highest Completion Percentage, single season (min 50 attempts) 0.647

Kyle Quinlan

2011

0.638

Phil Scarfone

1984

0.627

Adam Archibald

2007

0.608

Kevin Holland

1988

0.607

Kyle Quinlan

2010

0.594

Steve Friesen

1985

0.582

Kyle Quinlan

2009

0.579

Phil Scarfone

1982

0.577

Adam Archibald

2005

0.575

Steve Friesen

1986

0.575

Ryan Fantham

2008

283

Ben Chapdelaine

1998

248

Ben Chapdelaine

2001

227

Ben Chapdelaine

2000

226

Ryan Fantham

2008

225

Ben Chapdelaine

1999

210

Mike Kennedy

1994

209

Kyle Quinlan

2010

204

Phil Scarfone

1987

Most Passing Touchdowns, single season

196

Adam Archibald

2007

19

Kyle Quinlan

2010

1986

18

Ben Chapdelaine

1998

186

Steve Friesen

17

Adam Archibald

2007

Most Passes Completed, single season

16

Phil Scarfone

1984

158

Ben Chapdelaine

1998

15

Ben Chapdelaine

2000

142

Ben Chapdelaine

2001

15

Adam Archibald

2005

132

Phil Scarfone

1984

14

Anthony Alfano

1992

130

Ryan Fantham

2008

14

Phil Scarfone

1982

127

Kyle Quinlan

2010

13

Ryan Fantham

2008

126

Ben Chapdelaine

2000

45


13

Kyle Quinlan

2011

6313

Adam Archibald

2003-07

11

Mike Kennedy

1994

5447

Phil Scarfone

1981-84

5158

Kyle Quinlan

2008-present

4308

Jon Behie

2002-06

4117

Anthony Alfano

1989-92

3997

Mike Kennedy

1992-95

2985

Ryan Fantham

2006-09

2658

Steve Friesen

1984-86

2155

Kevin Holland

1987-88

Most Passes Intercepted, single season 14

Anthony Alfano

1989

13

Mike Kennedy

1995

13

Kevin Holland

1987

13

Al Smith

1975

11

Mike Kennedy

1994

11

Ben Chapdelaine

2001

11

Steve Friesen

1985

Highest Completion Percentage, career (min. 150 attempts)

11

Phil Scarfone

1983

0.610

Kyle Quinlan

2008-present

11

Anthony Alfano

1990

0.581

Steve Friesen

1984-86

10

Ben Chapdelaine

2000

0.579

Ryan Fantham

2006-09

10

Frank Friesen

1993

0.577

Phil Scarfone

1981-84

0.561

Adam Archibald

2003-07

0.550

Ben Chapdelaine

1997-01

Most Passes Attempted, career 1107

Ben Chapdelaine

1997-01

0.548

Kevin Holland

1987-88

652

Phil Scarfone

1981-84

0.514

Feras Ismail

1995-97

637

Adam Archibald

2003-07

0.501

Anthony Alfano

1989-92

587

Anthony Alfano

1989-92

0.486

Jon Behie

2002-06

571

Mike Kennedy

1992-95

519

Kyle Quinlan

2008-present

495

Jon Behie

2002-06

108 yds

396

Ryan Fantham

2006-09

Most TDs Passing, career

344

Steve Friesen

1984-86

59

Ben Chapdelaine

2003-07

294

Kevin Holland

1987-88

47

Adam Archibald

2003-07

42

Phil Scarfone

1981-84

41

Kyle Quinlan

2008-present

36

Jon Behie

2002-06

33

Anthony Alfano

1989-92

23

Mike Kennedy

1992-95

23

Ryan Fantham

2006-09

20

Steve Friesen

1984-86

14

Kevin Holland

1987-88

Most Completions, career

Longest Pass Adam Archibald

2007

609

Ben Chapdelaine

1997-01

376

Phil Scarfone

1981-84

358

Adam Archibald

2003-07

317

Kyle Quinlan

2008-11

294

Anthony Alfano

1989-92

275

Mike Kennedy

1992-95

243

Jon Behie

2002-06

226

Ryan Fantham

2006-09

Most Interceptions Thrown, career

200

Steve Friesen

1984-86

39

Ben Chapdelaine

1997-01

161

Kevin Holland

1987-88

39

Anthony Alfano

1989-92

34

Phil Scarfone

1981-84

34

Mike Kennedy

1992-95

Most Yards Passing, career 9974

Ben Chapdelaine

1997-01

46


27

Adam Archibald

2003-07

21.8

Ryan Janzen

1997

19

Steve Friesen

1984-86

21.5

Ryan Janzen

1998

18

Jon Behie

2002-06

21.5

Kevin D’Hollander

2010

17

Mark Stubbert

1976-77

21.4

Clorindo Grilli

1984

17

Alec Lockington

1969-70

21.3

Vaughn Swart

2003

16

Tony Colalillo

1987-88

16

Ryan Fantham

2006-09

Receiving Most Receptions, single season 53

Mike Bradwell

2007

48

Mike Linton

2000

48

Michael DiCroce

2011

47

Ryan Janzen

2000

45

Chris Rankin

2001

43

Mike Morreale

1994

42

Vaughn Swart

2002

39

Vaughn Swart

2005

38

Mike Morreale

1993

36

Ralf Rosenkranz

1986

36

Matt Peressini

2010, 2011

36

Robert Babic

2011

Ryan Janzen

9

Mike Bradwell

2007

8

Ryan Janzen

2000

8

Clorindo Grilli

1984

8

Matt Peressini

2011

7

Vaughn Swart

2004

7

Mike Morreale

1992

6

Craig Preece

1980

6

Mike Morreale

1994

6

Jon Behie

2005

6

Michael DiCroce

2011

Longest Reception 108 yds

Mike Bradwell from Adam Archibald

2007 (vs. Guelph)

Most Receptions, career 150

Ryan Janzen

1996-00

150

Vaughn Swart

2001-05

2000

147

Mike Linton

1996-00

Matt Peressini

2007-11

Most Yards Receiving, single season 1034

Most Receiving TDs, single season

958

Mike Bradwell

2007

133

904

Michael DiCroce

2011

116

Mike Morreale

1991-94

804

Vaughn Swart

2005

110

Vaughn Swart

2001-04

Michael DiCroce

2009-present

747

Mike Morreale

1994

94

743

Ryan Janzen

1999

90

Clorindo Grilli

1981-85

697

Ryan Janzen

1997

87

Jim West

1980-84

Kevin D’Hollander

2006-10

Chris Rankin

2000-03

685

Clorindo Grilli

1984

87

680

Vaughn Swart

2003

81

673

Mike Linton

2000

Most Yards Receiving, career

Highest Average Reception, single season (min. 15 receptions)

3184

Ryan Janzen

1996-00

23.3

Bob Baytor

1970

2869

Vaughn Swart

2001-05

22.4

Bill Godkin

1982

2398

Mike Linton

1996-00

Mike Morreale

1991-94

22.2

Vaughn Swart

2004

1880

22.0

Ryan Janzen

2000

1823

Matt Peressini

2007-11

2004

1720

Michael DiCroce

2009-present

21.9

Andrae Crockett

47


1571

Kevin D’Hollander

2006-10

Most Kickoff Yardage, single season

1480

Mike Bradwell

2005-08

3027

Mike Ray

2003

1471

Jim West

1980-84

2841

Mike Ray

2004

1447

Clorindo Grilli

1981-85

2336

Mike Ray

2002

2223

Derek Livingstone

2000

2000

Mike Ray

2001

1993

Derek Livingstone

1998

1945

Tyler Crapigna

2011

1944

Andy Waugh

2008

1482

Rob DeLuca

1986

1459

Rob DeLuca

1985

Highest Average Reception, career (min. 30 receptions) 21.2

Ryan Janzen

1996-00

19.8

Konrad Gloge

2001-04

19.7

Jamie Wooten

1987-88

19.4

Chris Barker

1994-96

19.3

Vaughn Swart

2001-05

19.1

Bob Baytor

1968-71

18.1

Kevin D’Hollander

2006-10

Highest Average Kickoff, single season (min. 15 kickoffs)

17.8

John Matthews

1990-93

55.6

Derek Livingstone

2000

17.4

Bill Godkin

1981-85

54.9

Tyler Crapigna

2010

17.2

Kyle Pyear

1999-03

54.5

Stave Mallaney

1978

54.4

Andy Waugh

2009

54.3

Dominic Ferrelli

1981

Most TDs Receiving, career 19

Vaughn Swart

2000-05

54.1

Mike Ray

2003

19

Matt Peressini

2007-11

54.0

Rob DeLuca

1985

17

Clorindo Grilli

1981-85

53.6

Mike Ray

2004

16

Ryan Janzen

1996-00

53.1

Mike Horvath

1984

16

Mike Morreale

1991-94

52.9

Marc Crombeen

1992

15

Kevin D’Hollander

2006-10

11

Bill Godkin

1981-85

Longest Kickoff

11

Mike Bradwell

2005-08

87 yds

10

John Matthews

1990-93

Kickoffs Most Kickoffs, single season

Mark Horvath

1984

Most Kickoffs, career 196

Mike Ray

2000-04

103

Derek Livingstone*

1997-00

101

Rob DeLuca

1985-88

97

Paulo Faiazza

2005-07

97

Marc Crombeen

1990-94

59

Tyler Crapigna

2010-present

53

Ken Bauz

1970-71, 1973

53

Adam Dixon

1993-96

53

Dominic Ferrelli

1979-81

43

Andy Waugh

2008-10

*1999 statistics unavailable

56

Mike Ray

2003

53

Mike Ray

2004

47

Mike Ray

2002

42

Derek Livingstone

1998

40

Derek Livingstone

2000

40

Mike Ray

2001

39

Chris Demopolis

1982

39

Tyler Crapigna

2011

38

Paulo Faiazza

2007

37

Paulo Faiazza

2006

Most Kickoff Yards, career

37

Andy Waugh

2008

10204

Mike Ray

2000-04

48


5220

Rob DeLuca

1985-88

379

Rick Andrade

2005

5008

Paulo Faiazza

2005-07

379

Ryan Hudecki

1992

4588

Marc Crombeen

1990-94

338

Matthew Peressini

2008

3043

Tyler Crapigna

2010-present

333

Chris Wakefield

1990

2624

Dominic Ferrelli

1979-81

306

Jesse Lumsden

2003

2391

Ken Bauz

1970-71, 1973

271

Mike Linton

1996

2333

Adam Dixon

1993-96

267

Carlyle Buchanan

1980

2178

Andy Waugh

2008-10

249

Ross Tripp

1976

2008

Steve Mallaney

1977-78

246

David Kuzmanovich

1999

Highest Average Kickoff, career (min. 25 kickoffs)

Highest Average Kickoff Return, single season

52.1

Mike Ray

2000-04

38.35

Jesse Lumsden

2003

51.7

Rob DeLuca

1985-88

27.07

Ryan Hudecki

1992

51.6

Paulo Faiazza

2005-07

26.56

Rick Andrade

2004

51.6

Tyler Crapigna

2010-present

25.62

Chris Wakefield

1990

51.5

Steve Mallaney

1977-78

25.44

Brandon Little

2003

50.6

Andy Waugh

2008-10

24.60

David Kuzmanovich

1999

Derek Livingstone*

1997-00

24.14

Matthew Peressini

2008

23.75

Clorindo Grilli

1984

21.64

Ross Tripp

1975

21.27

Matthew Peressini

2009

50.5

*1999 statistics unavailable

49.9

Andre Shadrack

1983-84

49.5

Dominic Ferrelli

1979-81

49.2

Chris Demopolis

1982

Longest Kickoff Return

Kickoff Returns

92 yds

Most Kickoff Returns, single season 21

Carlyle Buchanan

1979

20

Rick Andrade

2005

20

Dave Wooley

1987

19

Mike Linton

1996

16

Carlyle Buchanan

1980

14

Tony D’Agostino

1989

14

Ryan Hudecki

1992

14

Matthew Peressini

2008

13

Chris Wakefield

1990

13

Brandon Little

2004

12

Jay Graydon

1969

12

Ross Tripp

1976

12

Marc Buist

1997

Most Kickoff Return Yardage, single season 445

Carlyle Buchanan

1979

417

Dave Wooley

1987

Ryan Hudecki

1992

Most Kickoff Returns, career 52

Carlyle Buchanan

1977-80

42

Mike Linton

1995-98

34

Rick Andrade

2002-05

31

Ryan Hudecki

1992-95

31

Matthew Peressini

2007-11

29

Clorindo Grilli

1981-85

24

Tony D’Agostino

1989-91

24

Ross Tripp

1973, 1975-76

22

Todd Allison

1973-74, 1976

22

David Kuzmanovich

1998-01

Most Kickoff Return Yardage, career 953

Carlyle Buchanan

1977-80

703

Ryan Hudecki

1992-95

666

Matthew Peressini

2007-11

658

Clorindo Grilli

1981-85

49


640

Mike Linton

1995-98

2377

Tony Colalillo

1982

593

Rick Andrade

2002-05

2342

Rob DeLuca

1986

583

Jesse Lumsden

2001-04

2309

Andy Waugh

2008

511

Ross Tripp

1973, 1975-76

2307

Alec Lockington

1969

460

Tony D’Agostino

1989-91

2218

Tony Colalilo

1979

459

Chris Wakefield

1990-91

2165

Rob DeLuca

1987

2160

Tony Colalillo

1980

Highest Average Kickoff Return, career 34.3

Jesse Lumsden

2001-04

Highest Punting Average, single season (min. 20 punts)

24.5

Sean Dennison

1991-93

52.5

Andy Waugh

2008

24.2

Chris Wakefield

1990-91

41.1

Rob DeLuca

1985

22.7

Clorindo Grilli

1981-85

40.1

Rob DeLuca

1988

22.7

Ryan Hudecki

1992-95

39.5

Ken Bauz

1971

21.5

Matthew Peressini

2007-11

38.6

Tony Colalilo

1980

21.3

Ross Tripp

1973, 1975-76

38.4

Rob DeLuca

1986

20.8

Dave Wooley

1987

38.4

Pete Gabriel

1974

20.8

David Kuzmanovich

1998-01

38.0

Rob DeLuca

1987

20.3

Rick Andrade

2002-05

38.7

Adam Grant

2005

19.2

Tony D’Agostino

1989-91

37.6

Tony Colalillo

1983

Punting Longest Punt

Most Punts, single season

83 yds

Derek Livingstone

1999

72

Alec Lockington

1970

70

Andy Waugh

2008

Most Punts, career

68

Paulo Faiazza

2007

278

Tony Colalillo

1979-83

68

Tony Colalillo

1981

218

Rob DeLuca

1985-88

68

Tony Colalillo

1982

215

Mike Ray

2000-04

66

John Harrison

1977

186

Alec Lockington

1968-70

65

Alec Lockington

1969

168

Paulo Faiazza

2005-07

64

Tony Colalillo

1979

154

Derek Livingstone

1997-00

61

Tony DeLuca

1986

140

John Harrison

1973, 1975-77

60

Ken Bauz

1973

119

Marc Crombeen

1990-94

58

Andy Waugh

2009

99

Tyler Crapigna

2010-present

57

Rob DeLuca

1987

93

Pete Gabriel

1974-75

83

Ken Bauz

1971, 1973

Most Yards Punting, single season 2573

Alec Lockington

1970

Most Yards Punting, career

2529

Paulo Faiazza

2007

9967

Tony Colalillo

1979-83

2385

Tony Colalillo

1981

8567

Rob DeLuca

1985-88

7643

Mike Ray

2000-04

6568

Alec Lockington

1968-70

50


5896

Paulo Faiazza

2005-07

341

Todd Allison

1974

5392

Derek Livingstone

1997-00

340

Rick Andrade

2004

4650

John Harrison

1973, 1975-77

336

Dave Wooley

1987

4001

Marc Crombeen

1990-94

319

Michael Dicroce

2009

3264

Tyler Crapigna

2010-present

307

Jamie Wootten

1988

3162

Pete Gabriel

1974-75

305

Rick Andrade

2005

2991

Ken Bauz

1971, 1973

304

Carlyle Buchanan

1978

Highest Punting Average, career (min. 60 punts)

Highest Average Punt Return, single season (min. 10 returns)

52.5

2008

17.5

Nick Armstrong

1998

Todd Allison

1973

Andy Waugh

39.3

Rob DeLuca

1985-88

17.3

36.0

Ken Bauz

1971, 1973

16.3

Larry Baines

1974

35.9

Tony Colalillo

1979-83

16.0

Jay Graydon

1968

35.8

Henry Kunda

1978-79

14.8

Jeff Treftlin

1983

35.7

Jim Washbrook

1971, 1973

14.1

Greg Higson

1971

35.5

Mike Ray

2000-04

13.6

John Krawczyk

1968

35.3

Alec Lockington

1968-70

13.2

Chris Rankin

1999

35.0

Derek Livingstone

1997-00

13.1

Devon McDermot

1985

35.0

Paulo Faiazza

2005-07

13.1

Todd Allison

1974

34.6

Ray Martino

1990-91

Punt Returns

Note: Most 1999 return statistics are unavailable.

Longest Punt Return 98 yds

Andy Roy

1973

Most Punt Returns, career

Most Punt Returns, single season 47

Chris Rankin

2000

41

Mark Horvath

1984

41

Ryan Hudecki

1993

37

Mark Horvath

1985

36

Mike Linton

1996

36

Rick Andrade

2005

35

Chris Rankin

2001

32

Dave Wooley

1987

31

Carlyle Buchanan

1978

31

Kurt Morrison

2008

30

Jamie Wootten

1988

30

Rick Andrade

2004

Most Punt Return Yards, single season 456

Chris Rankin

2000

455

Mark Horvath

1985

395

Greg Higson

1971

347

Mark Horvath

1984

146

Chris Rankin

1999-03

109

Rick Andrade

2002-05

84

Mark Horvath

1983-85

77

Carlyle Buchanan

1977-80

77

Jeff Treftlin

1980-83

75

Rick Andrade

2002-04

69

Ryan Hudecki

1993-95

67

Mike Linton

1995-98

59

Todd Allison

1973-74, 1976

57

Kurt Morrison

2004-08

49

Tony D’Agostino

1989-91

Highest Average Punt Return, career (min. 30 returns) 14.0

Jay Graydon

1968-69

11.9

Todd Allison

1973-74, 1976

11.8

Greg Higson

1970-72

11.7

Andy Roy

1971-73

11.3

Michael DiCroce

2009-present

51


10.9

Jeff Treftlin

1980-83

175

Brandon Little

2002-03

9.9

Carlyle Buchanan

1977-80

167

Jesse Card

2002-06

9.8

Chris Rankin

1999-03

154

Ray Mariuz

2000-02

9.6

Mark Horvath

1983-85

154

John Quinlan

1969-71

9.4

Jamie Wootten

1987-88

148

John Fleming

1996, 1998

137

Mark Horvath

1983-85

137

Ralph Corvino

1971-73

128

Steven Ventresca

2010-present

Interceptions

Note: 1982 date not available, yardage not available for all seasons. Most Passes Intercepted, single season 7

John Krawczyk

1968

7

Brandon Little

2002

6

Enrico Dippolito

1981

6

Jeff Treftlin

1981

6

Paul Clateney

1986

6

Kyle Quinlan

2010

5

Ron Southwick

1974

5

Jeff Treftlin

1980

5

Mark Horvath

1983

5

John Fleming

1998

5

Michael Daly

2011

Most Passes Intercepted, career

Tackles

Note: Individual defensive statistics were not tracked by the OUA prior to 1999. Most Solo Tackles, single season 44

Ryan Chmielewski

2009

39

Ray Mariuz

2001

38

Ryan Chmielewski

2011

37

Jon Dawson

2000

37

Ryan Chmielewski

2010

35

Ryan Chimelwski

2007

33

Steve Raab

1999

33

Simon Binder

2006

32

Greg Restivo

1999

32

Jason Arakgi

2007

16

Jesse Card

2002-06

32

Nick Shortill

2011

14

Jeff Treftlin

1980-81, 1983

31

Jason Pottinger

2005

12

Mark Horvath

1983-85

31

Ryan Chimelewski

2008

11

Mike Boafo

1989-92

30

Michael Botterill

2001

11

Greg Restivo

1997-01

30

Ray Mariuz

2002

11

Jon Chard

2001- 05

10

Brandon Little

2002-03

Most Assisted Tackles, single season

9

Ralph Corvino

1971-73

20

Jason Pottinger

2003

9

Tom Hyslop

1973-76

19

Michael Botterill

2001

Jason Pottinger

2004

7

John Krawczyk

1968

19

7

Enrico Dippolito

1980-81

19

Mike Botterill

2002

7

Paul Clateney

1985-86

17

Tristan Clovis

2004

7

John Fleming

1996, 1998

15

Eugene Boakye

2005

7

Michael Daly

2010-present

15

Jon Chard

2003

14

Jason Pottinger

2005

Most Yardage on Interception Returns, career

14

Ray Mariuz

2002

249

1980-81, 1983

14

Tristan Clovis

2003

14

Andrew Jones

2003

Jeff Treftlin

208

Tom Hyslop

1973-76

184

Kyle Quinlan

2008-10

52


Most Fumbles Forced, single season (2004 not available)

98

Ray Mariuz

1999-02

2

Jason Pottinger

2003

86

Mike Botterill

1999-02

2

Nick Burns

2003

79

Jason Pottinger

2002-05

2

William Thomas

2007

76

Greg Restivo

1999-01

2

Denver Brown

2008

69

Tristan Clovis

2001-05

2

Ryan Chmielewski

2010

66

Eugene Boakye

2003-07

62

Jon Dawson

1999-00

60

Kwame Aidoo

2000-04

56

Eugene Boakye

2003-07

Most Fumble Recoveries, single season (2004 not available) 4

Colin Shanahan

2003

3

Ray Mariuz

2001

3

Josh Armstrong

2003

Most Assisted Tackles, career

2

Ryan Chimielewski

2007

56

Jason Pottinger

2002-05

2

Ray Mariuz

2002

47

Mike Botterill

1999-02

2

Manny Furtado

2002

44

Tristan Clovis

2001-05

2

Mike Shannon

2001

42

Ryan Chmielewski

2007-11

2

Chris Vrantsis

2002

39

Eugene Boakye

2003-07

2

Chris Vrantsis

2003

38

Ray Mariuz

1999-02

2

William Thomas

2008

36

Jon Chard

2001-05

2

Roberto Filice

2010

36

Jesse Card

2002-06

2011

34

Simon Binder

2004-08

2

Aram Eisho

Most Sacks, single season 8

Jeff Robertshaw

2003

8

Jeff Robertshaw

2004

4.5

James Edwards

2007

4

Chris Van Zeyl

2004

4

Chris Van Zeyl

2007

4

Mitchell Heighway

2007

4

Simon Binder

2008

4

Ryan Chmielewski

2011

3.5

Dan McDonald

1999

3.5

Mike Wysocki

2007

3.5

Ryan Chmielewski

2010

3.5

Scott Caterine

2010

3.5

Ben D’Aguilar

2010

3.5

Nick Shortill

2011

3.5

Aram Eisho

2011

Most Solo Tackles, career 185

Ryan Chmielewski

2007-11

111

Simon Binder

2004-08

99

Jesse Card

2002-06

53


Offence - Team Most Net Rushing Yardage 2807

2003

2555

2004

2332

2011

2085

2009

1984

2002

1798

2000

1632

2010

1602

2001

1572

2005

1545

1971

Most Net Passing Yardage 2817

2007

2639

2011

2519

1998

2448

2008

2394

2005

2386

2001

2347

2000

2280

1999

2278

2010

2262

2008

Most Team Losses** 274

1996

260

1990

219

1995

169

1986

169

2010

168

1991

149

1987

140

1994

134

1981

127

1985

Highest Net Offence 4665

2003

4396

2004

4340

2009

4244

2011

4031

2007

3921

2000

3910

2005

3862

2001

3741

2010

3502

16

1977

Most First Downs, totals 227

2009

224

2010

2008

215

2011

208

2001

Most First Downs, rushing

205

2004

141

2003

197

2005

119

2004

194

2008

112

2002

191

2002

108

2009

191

1998

97

2010

170

1984

89

2001

81

2011

70

1984

69

2005

69

1997

Most First Downs, passing 118

1998

115

2005

114

2011

108

2001

104

2008

102

2009

99

2010

87

1984

81

1994

78

2004

Most First Downs, penalty 28

2010

26

2008

22

1983

20

2011

18

1981

17

2002

17

1978

17

2009

16

1979

16

1973

Most Passing Attempts 309

2007

201

2008

288

1998

274

2005

271

2001

262

2011

260

1999

253

2010

246

2000

234

1997

234

1993

Most Passing Completions 187

2007

176

2008

171

2011

161

1998

154

2010

153

2001

143

1984

137

1999

135

2005

133

2000

Most Passing Touchdowns 21

2010

21

2011

20

2005

54


18

1998

12

1999

17

1984

11

2010

16

2000

16

2008

15

1992

15

2009

14

1982

Most Interceptions Thrown

Most Penalties against (1999 date unavailable)

334

1970

349

1986

104

2002

375

1991

99

2010

401

1969

92

2008

404

1983

90

2005

428

1972

89

2009

436

1997

69

1994

460

1987

69

2001

463

1990

66

1992

66

1996

18

1975

17

1995

17

1989

16

1996

16

1979

15

1998

15

1997

Fewest Penalties Against (1999 data unavailable)

15

1987

29

1970

34

1986

36

1969

37

1983

40

1982

41

1972

41

1978

43

1989

43

1991

46

1977

46

1980

46

1984

2009

304

2002

290

2010

288

1973

275

1974

273

2001

265

1971

263

2011

257

2000

Most Rushing Touchdowns 35

2003

30

2004

24

2000

19

2001

18

1984

17

2002

13

1998

13

2009

12

1987

1998

2003

1993

346

332

2004

19

2003

Fewest Penalty Yards Against (1999 data unavailable)

105

1969

353

1976

109

20

Most Rushing Plays

670

Most Penalty Yards Against (1999 data unavailable) 974

2005

965

2004

881

2008

858

2003

849

2010

839

2002

837

2009

701

1973

671

1974

Fewest Fumbles (1999 data unavailable) 23

1973

23

1980

21

1989

20

1969

20

1972

19

1984

19

2001

17

1983

17

1987

16

1970

Most Fumbles Lost (1999 data unavailable)*** 19

2001

14

1972

13

1973

13

1997

12

1978

12

1986

12

1975

11

1980

11

1996

11

1992

11

2000

Notes: Statistics from 1968 to date have been available for compiling this record manual. Some statistics, particularly defensive ones, have not been tracked in

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COACHING RECORDS SINCE 1920

E.G.H. Worden 1920-1923/24 Exhibition: 1-1-0 Regular Season: 8-5-0 Playoff: 0-3-0 Overall: 9-9-0 G. Wallace 1924/25 Exhibition: 0-0-0 Regular Season: 0-4-0 Playoff: 0-0-0 Overall: 0-4-0 Harry Hobbs 1925/26 Exhibition: 0-0-0 Regular Season: 0-4-0 Playoff: 0-0-0 Overall: 0-4-0 E.K. Smith 1926-1928/29 Exhibition: 1-0-0 Regular Season: 4-7-0 Playoff: 0-0-0 Overall: 5-7-0 R. Robertson 1929/30 Exhibition: 0-0-0 Regular Season: 3-3-0 Playoff: 0-0-0 Overall: 3-3-0 Arthur Burridge 1930-1932/33, 1941/42 Exhibition: 0-1-0 Regular Season: 9-3-0

Playoff: 1-2-0 Overall: 10-6-0 Fred Veale 1933-1934/35, 1946-1947/48 Exhibition: 0-2-0 Regular Season: 5-15-0 Playoff: 2-1-1 Overall: 7-18-1 Glen Small 1935-1938/39 Exhibition: 0-3-0 Regular Season: 17-5-1 Playoff: 2-0-0 Overall: 19-8-1 Gordon Price 1939/40, 1942-1943/44 Exhibition: 3-0-0 Regular Season: 8-2-0 Playoff: 0-0-0 Overall: 11-2-0 Tommy Henderson 1945/46, 1948/49 Exhibition: 2-1-0 Regular Season: 3-6-1 Playoff: 0-0-0 Overall: 5-7-1 Bernie Taylor 1949-1950/51 Exhibition: 1-1-0 Regular Season: 7-5-0 Playoff: 0-0-0 Overall: 8-6-0

Al Smith 1951-1960/61 Exhibition: 12-17-1 Regular Season: 24-21-0 Playoff: 0-0-0 Overall: 36-38-1 Bob Dawson 1961-1965/66 Exhibition: 0-2-1 Regular Season: 30-5-0 Playoff: 2-2-0 Overall: 32-9-1 Jack Kennedy 1966-1968/69, 1972/73 Exhibition: 2-5-0 Regular Season: 18-8-0 Playoff: 1-1-0 Overall: 21-14-0 Ray Johnson

1969-1971/72, 1973-1980/81

Exhibition: 1-5-0 Regular Season: 19-57-2 Playoff: 0-2-0 Overall: 20-64-2 Bernie Custis 1981-1988/89 Exhibition: 6-3-0 Regular Season: 30-24-2 Playoff: 1-4-0 Overall: 37-31-2

Playoff: 0-0-0 Overall: 12-28-0 Al Bruno 1994-1996/97 Exhibition: 0-1-0 Regular season: 5-18-0 Playoff: 0-0-0 Overall: 5-19-0 Greg Marshall 1997-2003/04 Exhibition: 0-0-0 Regular Season: 42-12-2 Playoff: 11-6-0 Overall: 53-18-2 Marcelo Campanaro 2004-2005/06 Exhibition: 0-0-0 Regular Season: 12-4-0 Playoff: 2-2-0 Overall: 14-6-0 Stefan Ptaszek 2006-Present Exhibition: 0-1-0 Regular Season: 34-14-0 Playoff: 6-5-0 Overall: 40-20-0

Steve Bruno 1989-1992/93 Exhibition: 1-4-0 Regular Season: 11-24-0

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ASSISTANT COACHES SINCE 1948

Aidoo, Kwame, 2007-2009 Alfano, Anthony, 1994-96 Anonech, Al, 2003-present Bajon, Ed, 1981-88 Behie, Jon, 2007-present Behm, Dave, 1989 Bell, Bob, 1976-77 Bevan, Ed, 1962 Bovair, Dan, 2011 Brewer, Ron, 1969-70 Brock, Brian, 1989-92, 2004-present Brown, Mark, 1984-86, 1994 Cafazzo, Lou, 1997-06 Campanaro, Marcello, 1997-03 Chapdelaine, Ben, 2004-06 Chiarot, Matt, 1991-93 Chiarot, Gord, 1992-93 Calalillo, Tony, 1984 Cooper, , 1952-53 Corbett, Dave, 1991-93 Crichton, Ken, 2011-present Crichton, Scott, 1984 Curcillo, Tony, 1963 Custis, Bernie, 1994-95 Dias, Ron, 1984 Dilks, Frank, 1974 Dometto, , 1954 Dunbrack, Roger, 2011-present Fawcett, Don, 1953 Ferracuti, Red, 1989-92 Ford, Kevin, 1983-88 Forsyth, Mark, 1989-present Fowler, Bill, 1976-79 Frimeth, Jack, 1997-08 Gammage, Bob, 1993 Gargarello, Len, 1991-92 Gaskell, Gerry, 1996-99

Genovese, Carm, 1994-present Gesztesi, Frank, 1991, 1993, 1997-present Giftopoulous, Steve, 1990 Godkin, Bill, 1985 Godry, John, 1987 Goveia, Ted, 2001-04 Graham, Don, 1987-88 Grant, Corey, 2010-2011 Griffin, Dennis, 1994-95 Guarascia, Larry, 2000-present Haggarty, Gerry, 1981-83 Haley, Mark, 2001-06 Hayes, Jason, 2007 Heatlie, Dave, 2007-08 Henderson, Nick, 2002-03 Hicks, Darrell, 2005-07 Hicks, Wes, 1960-63 Horvath, Mark, 1987-88 Hudecki, Ryan, 1996 Janzen, Ryan, 2004-05 Johnson, Ray, 1966-68 Johnston, Keith, 1972 Kana, Jason, 2008-present Kennedy, Jack, 1974-75 Kitchen, Robert, 1991 Knox, Greg, 2007-present Knill, George, 1994-95 Krouse, Bob, 1980 Kusmirski, Chris, 1990 Kusmirski, Romeo, 1991-93 Lancaster, Ron Jr., 1985-86 Liggins, Granville, 1981-83 Lockington, Al, 1974 Loveday, Ryan, 2009-present MacDonald, Grant, 1981-88 Magri, Vince, 2012 Mamuza, John, 1980, 1989 Martin, K, 1948

Martinello, Marty, 1969 Matthews, John, 1996 McPhee, Dennis, 1984-88, 1994 Minet, Wyatt, 1995-97 Mooney, Tom, 1979 Morreale, Mike, 1996 O’Leary, Patrick, 2007 Paikin, Jeff, 1989 Patton, Chris, 2008 Pain, Tom, 1999, 2008-present Pellech, Jack, 1963 Perri, Joe, 1995-97 Prince, Les, 1952 Pugliese, Dan, 1958 Riley, Jason, 1996-present Robinson, Pete, 1975-77 Sardo, Joe, 1999-06 Sazio, Ralph, 1950 Segin, Dana, 2008-present Scholes, Peter, 2004-06 Scoccia, Sam, 1970-79 Shaw, Art, 1980 Smith, Al, 1961-62, 1968, 1972, 1975 Smith, Andy, 1979 Smith, Doug, 1988 Smith, Stuart, 2000-present Speakman, Brian, 1985 Stanley, Ken, 1956-59 Stavnitzky, Ed, 1989 Taylor, Bernie, 1948 Graham, Thomas, 1989-92 Trimble, Doug, 1990 Trionfi, Gary, 1989 Tripp, Ross, 1980-83 Trumble, Lance, 1993, 1996 Underhill, Rob, 2011-present

Urquhart, Ken, 1992 Valvasori, Mark, 1984-85 Verbeek, Mark, 2007-2011 Viti, Dave, 1979 Warner, Mike, 2012 Williams, John, 1981-83 Wiseman, Todd, 1993

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ALL-TIME ROSTER, 1902-2010

This all-time roster includes some 1805 names of past and present players on the Marauders. It is the first attempt to create a comprehensive list of all people to play for the McMaster Marauder football team from 1902 to date, including the wartime teams of the 1940s. The list has been combined from multiple sources, including newspaper articles, yearbooks, athletic banquet programs, game programs, media guides, and eligibility rosters. As this is the first attempt at such a compilation, the source material is far from perfect, and the compiler is even more imperfect, doubtless more than a few errors (and omissions) will (or won’t) be found on the roster. Any football alumnus who has been left off the list should forward appropriate documentation to the McMaster sports information office. Despite our best efforts at proofreading, typographical errors are inevitable; errors in spelling should likewise be brought to the attention of the sports information office at (905) 525-9140 x 23665. Years played are listed as a series, thus an entry “Smith, John, 1985-87, 99-00” means that such a player played from 1985 to 1987 (inclusive) and 1999 to 2000 (inclusive).

Abbot, George, 1926-28 Abra, James S.,1936 Abra,, 1933 Adam, Kyle, 2002 Adams, Bob,1969 Adams, George,1964-66 Adams, Marty,1999 Adamson, Bill,1938 Ahlstedt, John, 2005 Ahmad, Haris, 2005 Agro, Paul,1960 Agro, Rick,1967 Agyeman, Phil, 2001 Aidoo, Kojo,1998-02 Aidoo, Kwame, 2000-04 Aitchison, Bob,1957-58 Alderman, Dave, 1978, 80, 82 Aleinik, Kevin, 2011 Alentinuzzi, Regi, 1964 Alexander, Jeremy, 1996-97 Alexander, Lincoln, 1947 Alfano, Anthony, 1988-92 Alfano, Steve,1988-89 Algera, Kyle, 2001 Allan, Tom,1967

Allan, R. ,1943, 45 Allen, Mike, 1980 Allen, Pat, 1997-99 Allen, Doug, 1966 Allen, Mike,1979 Allick, Lawson, 2007 Allington, Rick, 1970 Allison, Nolan, 2009 Allison, Todd ,1973-74, 76 Alonso, Erik, 1995-97 Anderson, Moe, 1951 Anderson, Neil, 1988 Anderson, Bill, 1976 Andrade, Rick, 2000-05 Andrade,Tony, 1988, 90-91 Andre, Nicholas, 2011 Andrews, Ryan, 2008 Angi,Bob, 1962-64 Antonucci, Enzo,1998 Apps, Bob, 1962, 64 Apps, Syl,1932-35 Arakgi, Jason, 2004-07 Araujo, Joe, 1981-83 Archer, Don, 1960 Archibald, Adam, 2003-07

Aref, P., 1982 Argiropoulos, Chris, 1990 Arleth , ,1941 Armstrong, D, 1937 Armstrong, Darrel, 1974 Armstrong, Gord, 1938-39 Armstrong, Jim, 1975-78 Armstrong, Josh, 2000-03 Armstrong, Mike,1967 Armstrong, Nic,1998-01 Armstrong, A.J.,1981 Armstrong, Frank, 1966, 68 Arnett, G., 1949-50 Arnett, M., 1973 Arnott, Bob,1951-52 Ashman, Andrew,1999-01 Ashmore, W., 1909, 1911-12 Asiwaju, Tunji, 2005 Augustine, M., 1926 Awrey, Bill,1954-56 Ayres, Mike, 2000 Babel, Matt, 2003 Babic, Robert, 2008-11 Badham, Perry, 1979-81 Bahask, 1950

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Bahner, Donald,1947 Baines, Larry, 1974-75 Baker, Blair, 2000 Baker, John, 1970 Baker, K., 1942-43, 45 Baker, P.E., 1902 Baldasaro, Mark, 1970-71 Balice, Claudio, 1991-92 Ballard, M., 1914 Banting, H., 1948 Barber, Stew, 1927-28 Barberic, Steven,1999 Barch, Bruce, 1975 Barclay, Don,1959, 61-62 Barclay, Bob,1979-81 Barclay, J., 1971, 73-74 Bardi, Brad,1995-96 Barker, Chris,1993-96 Barker, Matthew, 2011 Barnes, Kevin,1997-01 Barnsley,P., 1973 Baronas, Daniel, 2008-11 Barrow, D., 1983 Barry, Jack, 1934-37 Barta, Martin, 1991 Barton, Edward, 1924-25 Barton, Larry, 1926-28 Basciano, Mark, 1989-91 Bashak, Walter, 1951 Bates, Dave, 1955-58 Battilana, Lino, 1990-93 Bauz, Ken, 1970-71, 73 Bawrie, B., 1965 Baytor, Bob, 1968-71 Bazoian, , 1950 Beaman, Brad, 1992-95 Beamer, Greg, 1992-95 Beamer, Kevin, 1997-00 Beaton, Shane, 2008-11 Beattie, A., 1945 Beattie, Bill, 1964 Beattie, W., 1982 Beaupre, Ian, 2005 Beaumont, A., 1942 Beausoleil, Gary, 1987-88 Beaver, D., 1979 Beavers, Barry, 1980 Becker, Chris, 1999-00 Beeler, F., 1945-46 Beer, Jason, 1988-89 Behie, Jon, 2002-05 Behrend, B., 1983 Bekasiak, Anthony 2009 Bell, Greg, 2004 Bell, John, 1954-56 Bell, Kevin, 1990-91 Bell, Steve, 1980 Bell, , 1922-23

Bellavia, Tony, 1986-87 Benjamin, Ryan, 2007-08 Bensen, H., 1934-35 Bensen, R.C., 1903-07 Benson, Al, 1956 Berardocco, L., 1902 Berezowski, Williams, 1949-51 Bermel, James, 1991 Berthelot, ,1950 Bertrim, Andrew, 2008 Bethune, Donald, 1964 Bhakta, Viral, 1996 Bhangoo, Tanvir, 2008-11 Bianco, Pierpaulo,1997-98 Binder, Nick, 2002-04 Binder, Simon, 2004-08 Bingham, H.H., 1902-04, 06 Bingham, B., 1947-48 Bird, Jason, 1990 Bissett, A., 1907-08 Bissett, Alexander, 2010 Black, Matthew, 2007-08 Black, W.R.,1921 Blair, Donovan,1988 Blair, Dustin, 2001 Blake, Chris, 2000-03 Blaney, Jon, 2002-03 Blasutti, Mike, 2001 Blazewicz, H., 1973 Bleyendaal, Tom, 1990 Blimkie, Cameron, 1969-71 Blimkie, Joe, 1972 Bliszczuk, J., 1983 Blow, Jason, 1991-92 Boafo, Mike, 1989-92 Boakye, Eugene, 2003-07 Boal, Clint, 2002-03 Boardman, S., 1973 Bodie, A., 1931 Boich, John, 1952 Bomberry, Tim, 1990-91 Bonnett, C., 1978 Bonuomo, Benny, 1992 Bordignon, Jim, 1992-95 Borkovich, Nick, 1956 Borovskis, Steve, 1995-96 Borsook, , 1920 Bosanac, Zachary, 2008 Boston, Steve, 1977-80 Botterill, Mike, 1999-02 Bournakas, Tom, 1983-85 Bowes, Buster, 2003 Bowes, Dan, 1979-81, 83 Bowes, B., 1973 Bowlby, J., 1947 Bowmaster, Mike, 1995 Boyd, Nairn, 1937-39 Boyko, Dean, 1979-81

Braaksma, Harry, 1961 Bradwell, Mike, 2004-08 Braley, David, 1962 Braley, Rob, 1987 Brannon, Pete, 1975-76 Bree,Tyson, 1992-95 Bremer, Chris, 2004-05 Brescasin, Don, 1967 Bresnahan, Matthew, 2008 Bretney, Dan, 1997 Brewster, Dave, 1997 Brierley, Mike, 1966-69 Briskin, Andrew, 2004 Broadhead, Dave, 1936-38 Brock, Brian, 1967-70 Bromberg, Hardy, 1988 Brooks, Dahlin, 2009-11 Brooks, William, 1950-51 Brophy, Mike, 1965-67 Brown, Denver, 2007-10 Brown, Devin, 2003-07 Brown, G., 1924 Brown, G., 1943 Brown, J., 1934 Brown, Jeffrey, 1999-02 Brown, Jeremiah, 2003-05 Brown, Kelly, 1974 Brown, Martin, 1974 Brown, Paul, 1925 Brown, Ray, 1959 Brown, Roger, 1986 Brown, Spencer, 2011 Brown, , 1950 Browne, C.S., 1912 Brownlee, E.A.B., 1902 Bruce, Derek, 1960 Bruce, Jack, 1961 Bruins, Robert, 1990-91 Bruner, Mark, 1994-96 Brush, Terry, 1977-78 Bryce, Rob, 1996 Bryden, B., 1945-46 Bryson, Tim, 2001-02 Bubas, Frank, 1997 Buchan, John, 1961-63 Buchanan, Richard, 1980-84 Buchanan, Carlyle, 1977-80 Buchanan, T., 1978 Bucknam, Doug, 1966 Budd, Mike, 1969-72 Buddo, Cam, 1997 Buist, Marc, 1997 Bukata, Matt, 1993-96 Bulger, Mike, 1966 Bull, Mike, 1988-89 Bulmer, Kent, 1987, 1989-90, 2000 Burke, Marty, 1962-63 Burke, Mike, 1983, 1985

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MacLeod, Mike, 1990 MacNeill, Ian, 1937-38 MacTaggart, Gerry, 1948, 1950-52 Magowan, Ian, 1975-79 Magri, Vince, 2007-10 Maher, Robert, 1999 Majka, Steve, 1951-52 Majoran, Andrew, 2007-08 Malady, Joe, 1985 Malcolm, Kevin, 2010-11 Malizia, Steve, 1982-85 Mallany, Steve, 1977-78 Mallot, David, 2008 Malott, B.J., 2004-07 Maludzinski, Darren, 1992-96 Maniaci, David, 1987-88 Mariuz, Ray, 1999-02 Mark, Corey, 1991 Marks, Addison, 2011 Markerth, , 1955 Marozsan, Gary, 1988, 1991 Marrazzo, Mark, 1989 Marrs, , 1931 Martin, Kenneth, 1942-43 Martin, Pete, 1953-55 Martin, Ross, 1938 Martin, Scott, 2010-11 Martinez-Silva, Manuel, 2009 Martino, Ray, 1989-91 Marzilli, Joe, 1988 Mason, Chris, 1991-95 Mason, Ken, 1961-63 Mason, Francis, 1986 Masotti, Andrin, 2011 Massey, Austin, 2008 Mastroluisi, Richard, 2008-09 Masulka, Dannie, 1951 Mather, W.B., 1925 Mathers, Eric , 1980 Matheson, T., 1978 Mathews, D., 1971 Matthews, Greg, 2003-04 Matthews, , 1909 Matthews, B., 1942-43, 1945 Matthews, John, 1990-93 Maxwell, Norman, 1942, 1945-46 Mayall, Marcus, 2008 Mays, Jerry, 1968, 1970-72 Mazur, Martin, 2001-04 McAdam, Bob, 1937 McAdam, Kenneth, 1935-38 McAdam, L., 1965 McAlpine, D., 1927 McArthur, J.B., 1902-04 McArthur, R., 1926-27 McBride, Jason, 1995-96 McBride, Neil, 2002 McBride, R.L., 1920-21

McCabe, Adam, 2004 McCallum, Derek, 1990-91 McCarthy, Bill, 1986-89 McCartney, Mario, 1999-01 McCleary, Denny, 1997 McCool, Ed, 1974-75 McCormick, Shawn, 2004-07 McCracken, Jim, 1949-52 McCrimmon, Leon, 1907-09 McCrimmon, B.V., 1911-12 McCully, G., 1948 McCutcheon, Keith, 1998-99 McDermott, Devon, 1983-87 McDonald, Dan,1996-00 McDonald, J.A., 1902 McDonald, Dave, 1968-69 McDowell, David, 1964 McEneny, Don, 1980 McEwen, S.R., 1904-05 McEwen, G.C., 1906 McFadden, Richard, 2008-10 McFarlane, Shaun, 2001 McGall, Bob, 1985-86, 1988 McGillivray, Tom, 1995-96 McGowan, Bill, 1928 McGrath, A.S., 1921 McGregor, D.A., 1904 McGregor, F.A., 1911-13 McHardy, Dave, 1974 McHugh, Jim, 1974-75, 1978-79 McIlroy, D., 1978 McIntosh, R.M., 1903 McIntosh, Jim, 1984-88 McIntyre, Pete, 1959 McIsaac, Mike, 2003-04 McKague, Mark, 1986-87 McKay, G.P., 1907-09 McKay, R., 1930 McKay, Dave, 1968 McKean, Les, 1981 McKechnie, N.S., 1905-07, 09 McKeen, Nick, 1998 McKenna, Tim, 1981-84 McKenna, Sean, 1982-85 McKinlay, Jerrad, 2009 McKinley, G., 1936-37 McKinnon, J., 1924 McKissock, , 1913 McLaren, Tyler, 2002 McLaren, D., 1982-83 McLaurin, R.D., 1902 McLay, A.B., 1919, 1921 McLean, Al, 1928-31 McLean, Bruce, 1930-32 McLean, Murray, 1936 McLeish, G., 1933-34 McLennan, Lyle, 1957 McMurrough, David, 2009

McNairn, Colin, 1957-59 McNaughton, G., 1973 McNiven, , 1941 McPhail, Tom, 1963-64 McPhee, John, 1952-53 McPhee, Sean, 1986-87 McPherson, Ed, 1955-56 McPherson, Jim, 1959-60 McQueen, Greg, 1967 McQueen, Rich, 1955-57 McQuillan, J., 1947 McTavish, Donald, 1946-48 Medeiros, Jason, 2008-11 Mehta, Manoj, 1993-97 Mellon, J., 1939 Merk, Gunther, 1974-75 Merker, Keith, 1991 Merritt , A., 1943 Metcalfe, Byron, 2007-10 Meyer, Andrew, 2007-09 Mezzabotta, Maxim, 2011 Miatello, Bruce, 1970-72 Milan, Jim, 1974 Millar, James, 1996-98 Millard, Rod, 1972-75 Miller, Colin, 1998 Miller, Delmar, 2010-11 Miller, Kyle, 2009 Miller, Peter, 1993-96 Mills, Philip, 2003-08 Milne, Connie, 1955, 1957 Milo, Stephen, 1998-99 Mincone, A., 1982 Minet, Wyatt, 1993-94 Minister, , 1914 Minns, Bradley, 2010-11 Minshall, Brandon, 2000 Mitchell, Don, 1968 Mitchell, Rob, 2004-05 Mitchell, Russ, 1969-70 Mitchell, , 1941 Mitchell, G., 1947 Mitchell, Pete,1954-56, 1958 Mitchell, Rob, 2007-08 Mitchnick, D., 1930 Mizzi, Brian, 1981-84 Mlekuz, Peter, 1998 Moes, Michael, 1956 Moffat, Denny, 1953 Moffat, Frank, 1979-80 Moffat, Terry, 1981 Moffatt, Joe, 1975 Moffatt, Mike, 1974 Molnar, Adam, 2005 Monaco, John, 1987-88 Moncur, Dave, 1986-87 Monetta, Canio, 1987 Montag, Elliott, 2009-11

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Montani, Jesse, 2008-09 Monte, S., 1973 Montag, Elliott, 2010 Montgomery, F.H., 1924-25 Mooney, Chris, 2003-05 Moore, Bud, 1956 Moore, Casey, 1997 Moore, Chris, 1983-86 Moore, Claude, 1934-35 Moore, James, 2008-09, 2011 Moore, Mark, 1987 Moore, Peter, 2001 Moore, Rick, 1999 Moore, Spencer, 2009-11 Moore,Terry,1969 Morden, , 1941 More, J.J., 1981-82 Morelli, Bern, 1963 Morkunas, Arunas, 1980 Morreale, Greg, 1997 Morreale, Mike, 1991-94 Morris, Rod, 1952 Morris, , 1922 Morrison, Kurt, 2004-08 Morrison, D., 1965 Morrow, Scott, 1999 Morton, Gary, 1961-63 Moscato, Chris, 1998 Moulton, Adam, 2008 Mounteer, Dave, 1978-80 Moyle, R.D., 1904, 1906-07 Moyle, C., 1947 Mozewsky, R.,1949-50 Mucci, Nicholas, 2007 Muirhead, J., 1947-49 Muldoon, Greg, 1998-01 Mulhall, Chris, 1998 Mullins, John, 1977 Munford, M., 1978-79 Munn, Lee, 1949-52 Munro, D.G., 1903-04 Munroe, , 1954 Murakami, Bill, 1964 Murphy, Allan, 1949-51 Murphy, Peter, 2001-02 Murray, Hal, 1968 Murray, J.K.,1 933-35 Murray, James, 1983-85 Murray, M., 1978-79, 1981 Muryn, J., 1982 Nash, Jim, 1976-77 Neilson, Jeff, 1990 Nelles, Don, 1952 Nelson, Bob, 1972 Nelson, Terry, 1968-69 Nemet, Joey, 2007-11 Newbigging, Graeme, 1958-59 Newman, Wayne, 1974

Newman, J., 1965 Newton, E.T., 1911 Newton, , 1919-20 Nicol, Gavin, 1980 Nicol, Matthew, 2011 Nielson, Norm, 1981 Nien, Bernd, 1975 Niermann, Bernie, 1974-77 Nikin, Mike, 1974-75 Nixon, H., 1939 Nixon, R., 1971 Noble, Geoff, 2008 Northey, Hugh, 1981-84 Nowak, Nicholas, 1946 Nowicki, R., 1983 Nutley,Kevin, 1980 Nutley, R., 1946 O’Brien, Wayne, 1967 O’Brien, Stewart, 1966 O’Brien, Mark, 1968 O’ Connor, Benjamin, 2010-11 Oddi, Vince, 1981-83 O’Doherty, Trevor, 2008-10 O’Donnell, Tony, 1980-82 Ogilvie, Geoff, 2008-09 O’Hara, Joe, 1985-87 Okorodudu,Tony, 2005-08 Olatunji, Sonny, 1995-99 O’Leary, Jamie, 1998 Oleskiw, Gene, 1956-59 Olson, T., 1948 O’Meara, Matt, 2001-04 Orr, A., 1924-25 O’Shaughnessy, Mike, 1969-71 Osmak, Nicholas, 1995-96, 1998 Ostapchuk, Steve, 1963-66 O’Sullivan, , 1950 Otto, Terry, 1968 Owusu, Nana, 2002-03 Packer, R., 1926 Page, Don, 1970-72 Page, Don, 1989 Paikin, H., 1939, 1941 Pain, Tom, 1992-96 Palmer, C., 1933-35 Palmer, S., 1932-34 Palmer, D., 1947-48, 1950 Paolini, Luigi, 1991 Paone, Leo, 1979-81 Pape, Jeff , 1980 Papin, Reece, 1983-85 Pappas, Tom, 1971-72 Pappin, Dave, 1983-86 Parazader, Steve, 1961-63 Pardo, Jason, 1990-94 Parente, Ed, 1952-53 Parker, , 1914 Parker, A., 1939

Parker, Craig, 2008-09 Parker, H.B., 1904, 1906 Parker, Jeff, 1999 Parlour, R., 1943 Passmore, John, 1930, 1932 Patchett, Jason, 1992-93 Patel, Vipul, 1995 Paterson, P.G., 1920-22 Paterson, Wilf, 1926-27, 1929-31 Patrick, Trevor, 1994 Paul, Simon, 1968 Paul, Bill, 1977 Paulin, , 1935 Pawliw, R., 1983 Pawlowski, Mateusz, 2002-07 Peacock, , 1954 Peacock, C., 1982 Pearce, Geoff, 1965-66 Pearman, Colin, 1955-57 Pecile, Adrian, 2009 Pede, Don, 1977-79 Peebles, Jeff, 1975 Peebles, Peter, 1973-75 Peine, T.H., 1903-04 Pelech, John, 1952-54 Pengelly, J.B., 1903-05 Pennell, Stephen, 2007 Penner, W., 1942-43 Peressini, Matthew, 2007-11 Periversoff, John, 1976-78 Perkins, John, 1966 Perras, Paul, 1968-70, 1972 Peru, Shane, 2008 Peters, , 1934 Peters, Teddy, 2011 Peth, Eric, 1994-97 Pettit, C., 1924 Pezzetta, Chris, 2011 Phillips, M, 1975 Phillips, , 1953 Philp, P., 1947 Philpott, G.M., 1911, 1913-14 Pickard, Chris, 2008-11 Pike, Howard, 1924-25 Pike, L., 1926 Pilipovic, Milan, 1999-00 Pilkey, Steve, 1974-77 Piotrowski, Larry, 1954-55, 1957 Piper, Tom, 1952, 56 Piteau, Doug, 1955-57 Pitt, W., 1933-34 Platus, S.C., 1919-21 Plawiuk, Dan, 1998 Plunkett, S., 1973 Poapst, W.V., 1902-03 Poirier, Dave,1988 Polesel, Adrian, 1976-78 Ponton Jr., Alex, 1950-51

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Reid, Jay, 2000-01 Reid, Kevin, 1982, 1984-86 Reid, Norm, 1964 Reid, S., 1931-32 Reid, Trevor, 2011 Reilly, Pete, 1957-59 Reilly, Shaughn, 2010-11 Remigis, Randy, 1971-73 Renaud, , 1919 Rendulich, Joe, 1992-95 Renno, , 1912 Renwick, Bob, 1957, 1959-60 Renwick, Dan, 1998-99 Repchull, Nick, 1959 Restivo, Greg, 1997-01 Reynolds, Sid, 1926, 1928-30 Rice, Frank, 1936-39 Rice, Wilbur, 1937 Richards, James, 1994-97 Richardson, A.H., 1914 Richardson, Bill, 1987-89 Richardson, Joseph, 2011 Richardson, Steve, 1981-82, 1984 Rielly, Keith, 1952-53 Riggs, Paul, 1981-84 Riley, Dave, 2003-05 Riley Jr., Jason, 2010-11 Rintoul, Steve, 1988-89 Ritchie, , 1907 Ritchie, G., 1948 Robb, Michael, 1991 Roberto, Phil, 1981-82 Roberts , Sean, 2001 Robertshaw, Jeff, 2002-05 Robertson, Marven, 1961 Robertson, C.S., 1909 Robillard, Matt, 1962 Robinson, Charles, 1942, 1945-46 Robinson, Tim, 1975-78 Rocchi, Joe, 1950-51 Rodrigue, Moe, 1966 Rodway, John, 1964-65 Roe, Chris, 2003-05 Roesch-Crane, Dylan, 2009-11 Rogers, Joe, 1997-98 Rogers, , 1933 Rogers, Butch, 1954, 1956-58 Rohmer, Robert, 1999-00 Rokowski, Ted, 1953 Rome, Jack, 1953-56 Romeo, Dominic, 2001 Ronald, Rupert, 1951 Rook, Aaron, 1999-00 Rosenburg, , 1919 Rosenkranz, Ralf, 1983-86 Ross, Andrew, 2004-08 Ross, Matt, 2001 Rosser, Pete, 1965-66

Rotondi, Steve, 1992 Round, Simon, 1985 Roy, Andy, 1971-73 Rudzroga, Ian, 1979-80 Rupert, W., 1924 Rusich, George, 2000-01 Russell, Adam, 1995-96 Rutledge, Mark, 2011 Ryall, Chuck, 1962 Ryall, Geoffrey, 1991 Ryan, , 1954 Ryan, Mike, 1983, 1985 Ryder, N., 1941-43 Ryrie, J.G., 1909 Saarkoppel, Raim, 1957 Sabri, Omar, 2000 Said, Fred, 1994, 1996-99 Salavantis, William, 1995-96 Salo, A. Duane,1971-74 San, J., 1942 Sanderson, Kyle, 2002-05 Sanderson, Sandy, 1927-29 Sands, Jamie, 1988-91 Sands, Dave, 1986-88 Santostefano, Anthony, 1997-99 Sardella, David, 1999-00 Saric, Robert, 1999-00 Saunders, Ryan, 2010-11 Sawicki, R., 1983 Sayles, E.E., 1909, 1911 Sbrocchi, Joe, 1976 Scarfone, Phil, 1981-84 Scarrow, W., 1946-48 Schaller, M., 1979 Schertzer, Mike, 1958-59, 1961 Schneider, Michael, 1987 Schneider, Stephen, 2008-11 Schonewille, Matt, 2003 Schroeder, Andrew, 1995-99 Schwenger, , 1954 Scott, Andrew, 2003-05 Scott, Bill, 1956-59 Scott, Jason, 2005 Scott, Josh, 2008 Scott, Orv, 1955-56 Scott, W., 1948 Scott, W.A., 1908 Scrivens, Ryan, 1997-98 Scroggie, G., 1946 Seely, Jim, 1989 Seguin, D., 1978 Sehl, Scott, 1991-95 Seidenburg, Harold, 1976 Seirekidis, Mike, 1980 Sellens, Chuck, 1988 Sephton, Harold, 1934-35 Sergi, Anthony, 1995-99 Sergi, Andrew, 1991

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Service, Peter, 2000 Serviss, Bob, 1972-74 Serviss, Rob, 2003-07 Seunarine, Atheling, 1980 Sewell, Matthew, 2009-11 Sferazza, Joe, 1980-82 Shadrach, Andre, 1983-87 Shallow, Scott, 2008 Shanahan, Colin, 1999-03 Shanks, Paul, 1988-89 Shannon, Mike, 1998-01 Shannon, Paul, 1950-52 Sharpe, , 1932 Shaw, Art, 1974-75 Sheahan, Brad, 1998 Shelby, W., 1949 Shell, W., 1929-30 Shephard, , 1954 Sheridan, J., 1946 Sherk, Joe, 1972 Sherwood, Josh, 1995-96 Shields, Mike, 1974-75 Shirley, Ian, 1989-90 Shortill, Nicholas, 2011 Shropshire, Ian, 2002 Shulist, Patrick, 2005 Shumillo, B., 1930 Siatras, Mike, 1989 Singh, Monti, 2005 Sikic, Michael, 1991-95 Silvestri, Claudio, 1986-89 Silvestri, Ryan, 2011 Simeon, Joe, 1996 Simmons, Chuck, 1955-58 Simmons, Murray, 1924-25 Simpell, John, 1968-70 Simpson, Jim, 1927-28 Sinclair, Andrew, 2011 Singleton, Nathan, 2009 Singleton, Jamie, 2010-11 Sinnott,Will, 1999-02 Sisak, Jason, 1990 Skerrett, Pete, 1958-60 Skidmore, M., 1983 Skretkowicz, Vic, 1961 Sldlnick, Leonard, 1991 Slesar, , 1954-55 Small, Devon, 1988 Small, Murray, 1968 Smedley, H.E., 1902 Smees, Doug, 1971-72 Smees, John, 1966-69 Smith, A., 1926 Smith, Al, 1975 Smith, Andrew, 2007-08 Smith, Bill, 1930 Smith, Chuck, 1974 Smith, D., 1926

Smith, Dave, 1974-77 Smith, Don, 1999 Smith, Eric, 1927-28 Smith, Jack, 1952 Smith, Jeff, 1998-02 Smith, L., 1948 Smith, M., 1930 Smith, M.A., 1919-21, 1923 Smith, Michael, 2011 Smith, N., 1945 Smith, R., 1965 Smith, Sean, 2011 Smith, T., 1946 Smith, , 1932 Smith, , 1955 Snelgrove, Brent, 1988-89 Sniderhan, M., 1982 Snow, Graham, 1998, 2000 Sohrabi, Alborz, 2008 Somers, , 1950 Soule, , 1941 Southwell, Steve, 1980, 1982-83 Southwick, Ron, 1970-74 Sparks, Steve, 2007-08 Sparks, Vince, 1976 Spears, Jamie, 1968-70, 1972 Spence, Jeff, 1979-81 Spero, Gary, 2010-11 Speropoulos, Nicholas, 1946 Sprague, G., 1932 Squire, Mike, 2003-04 St. George, P., 1965 Stachurski ,M., 1980 Stainton, Bruce, 1928-29 Stainton, W.D., 1929-31 Standen, J., 1978 Stanfield, Rob, 1996-00 Stankevicius, Linas, 1975-76 Stankovic, Bill, 1965-66 Stanley, Chris, 1981 Stanley, Ken, 1948, 1950-53 Stanley, Chris, 1982-84 Stapleton, Dave, 1985-86 Stathakos, Jim, 1981-83 Stayshyn, Walt, 1954, 1956 Steele, Scott, 1990-92 Steeves, R., 1949 Stephens, G.F., 1902 Steringa, Doug, 1987-89 Sterling, Thomas, 2011 Stetic, Nenad, 1960-61, 1963-64 Stevens, Brad, 1988 Stevens, Bruce, 1974 Stevens, , 1922 Stewart, A., 1930 Stewart, Hayden, 1926, 1928, 1930 Stewart, Jack, 1936 Stewart, John, 1980

Stewart, , 1954 Stewart, , 1954-55 Stewart, Bob, 1971-72 Stewart, H., 1948 Stibbards, B., 1929 Stimakovits, Otto, 1977 Stinellis, Donato, 2000 Stiver, , 1922 Stoetzel, Mark, 1997-00 Stonkus, Alex, 2004 Stonkus, Andy, 1975, 1977-80 Storey, Richard, 1982-86 Strano, Jay, 1997 Straus, Ryan, 2002-05 Strecker, Andrew, 1983, 1985 Strobel, Joe, 1952-53 Strom, Zach, 2002-03 Strong, Jerry, 1967 Stroud, John, 1931 Stubbert, Mark, 1976-78 Sturgis,Dave , 1990-93 Sturrock, Kyle,1993-95, 1997 Sullivan, Marcus, 2008-09 Surya, Andrew, 2009-11 Susi, John, 1986-88 Sutton, John, 1985-88 Swart, Vaughan, 2000-05 Swayze, Jim, 1938 Sykes, Bruce, 1958-59 Syrotiuk, Dan, 1969-72 Syrovy, John, 1990 Szczeglic, , 1953 Szpytma, Ed, 1977-78 Szumlinski, Charlie, 1937-39 Szydlowski, Pat, 2008-09 Taite, John, 1970 Tanner, Al, 1968-69 Taranczuk, Joe, 1975 Tartaglia, Russell, 1945-46 Taylor, B., 1948 Taylor, Dan, 1990 Taylor, George, 1957-59 Taylor, J.D., 1921 Taylor, Jason, 1998 Taylor, K., 1920 Taylor, Kyle, 1980 Taylor, Leigh, 2000 Taylor, M., 1929 Taylor, , 1919 Taylor, Larry, 1956 Tchadjeu, Jeff-Willy, 2008 Tedford, A.L., 1905, 1908 Tellier, Ross, 1967 Thomas, C., 1965 Thomas, George, 1963-64 Thomas, Graham, 1986-87 Thomas, Matthew, 1992-95 Thomas, Morgan, 1998-99, 2002

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Thomas, Ralph, 1928 Thomas, William, 2007-10 Thompson, Paul, 1979-80 Thompson, , 1952 Thompson, Greg, 1983-84 Thompson, Jim, 1968 Thompson, Steven, 1990-91 Thomson, Richard, 1964-65 Thornton, Ralph, 1935-36 Tice, Ian, 2004-05 Tice, , 1955 Timmis Jr., Brian, 1951 Timpany, Mark, 1964-67 Todd, Hector, 1925 Tolman, P., 1971 Tom, Gary, 1975-77 Tomazin, Roman, 1990 Tomlinson, Joseph, 2004 Topolinski, Michael, 2011 Tosta, Jack, 1984-85 Toth, , 1954 Traut, William G. , 1942-43, 1945 Treftlin, Jeff, 1980-83 Tripp, Ross, 1973-76 Tripp, Scott, 2002 Trott, Dick, 1971-73 Trumble, Doug, 1995, 1997 Trumble, Lance, 1986-89 Trumbull, Lance, 1987 Tuboly, Tom, 1990 Tuboly, Janos, 1991 Tudhope, Jeff, 2003 Tuer, , 1995 Turley, Dave, 1996 Turnbull, Allan Bud, 1934-37 Turnbull, Rob, 1987-88 Turnbull, A., 1983 Tutton, Dane, 1968-71 Twining, Ken, 1975-76 Tyro, Ed, 1967 Tytarenko, E., 1948 Underhill (Moran),Rob, 1998 Upton, Dave, 1967-68 Vail, L.A., 1902-03 Vail, L.H., 1907 Valentinuzzi, Reg, 1963, 1965-66 Valeri, Christopher, 2008-09 Valeriote, Peter, 1978, 1980 Van Aarsen, Ian, 1999-00 Van Balkom, T., 1981-82 Van Heukelom, Paul, 1986-87 Van Loon, R., 1971 Van Luttikhuisen, Ryan, 1995 Van Ruyven, Doug, 2010-11 Van Ryn, John, 1983-85 Van Schyndel, Jordan, 2003-04 Van Zeyl, Chris, 2002, 2004-07 Vandeburgh, George, 1938

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MARAUDERS SELECTED TO CFL DRAFT, 1953-2011

Name

Position

Round

Drafting Team

1953

Pete Martin

G

4

Edmonton

1957

Jim McCracken

T

6

Montreal

Peter Mitchell

E/P

2

Ottawa

Clive Byone

G

7

Ottawa

George Rawlyk

C

1

BC

Lee Munn

T

2

Toronto

Tony Yakutchik

G

3

Montreal

Paul Shannon

FB

6

Toronto

Lorne Wrigglesworth

HB

3

Hamilton

Jerry McTaggart

E

4

Hamilton

Butch Rogers

HB

4

Toronto

Jim Forrester

E

10

Hamilton

George Cummings

T

Russ Jackson

HB

1

Ottawa

Wilmer Crawford

HB

3

Toronto

1959

Bob Fitzhenry

G

6

Toronto

Nick Cioran

HB

2

Montreal

Dave Fraser

HB

8

Montreal

Dave Bates

T

1

Hamilton (fr Ott)

Jim Dodds

FB

2

Hamilton

Bob Aitchison

C

1

Hamilton

Dan Pugilese

T

6

Hamilton

Jerry Kutas

T

2

Hamilton

Don Stirling

E

7

Hamilton

Larry Cullen

HB

8

Montreal

Frank Jazbac

C

11

Montreal

Jack Greben

T

7

Ottawa

George Chris

HB

2

Hamilton

1954

1955 - no data available 1956 Jack Rome

HB

4

Ottawa

Bill Bell

T

4

Calgary

James Stewart

E

3

Saskatchewan

1958 BC

1963

71


1964

1972

Peter Crich

HB

6

Toronto

Bruce Miatello

T

2

Winnipeg (fr Edm)

Al Irwin

E

1

Montreal

Bruce Leggatt

HB

4

Ottawa

Mike O’Shaugnessy

DE

1

Hamilton (fr Sas)

John McLennan

QB

7

Ottawa

Jim Chalkley

FB

3

Hamilton

Jerry Mays

WR

4

Hamilton

Mark Baldosoro

HB

6

Hamilton (fr Sas)

Montreal

Dane Tutton

DB

supl

Hamilton

Hamilton (fr Sas)

Joe Watt

T

2

Saskatchewan

Bob Baytor

DB

2

Calgary

William Lockington

QB

6

Calgary

1965 Brian Laurie Bob Apps

FB HB

6 1

1966 Al Kieth

DB

4

Ottawa

Jack Green

E

3

Winnipeg

1973

Steve Ostapchuk

HB

1

Hamilton

John Quinlan

HB

8

BC

Hamilton

Barry Finlay

QB

1

Toronto

Greg Higson

HB

2

Toronto

Gary Jobe

T

3

1967

Paul Perras

G

2

Calgary

George Adams

FI

3

Toronto

Dan Syratiuk

T

5

Edmonton

Bob Howard

E

2

Winnipeg

Jamie Spears

RB

5

Hamilton

Moe Rodigue

HB

4

Ottawa 1974

1968

Derek Forbes

LB

3

Winnipeg

Bob Johnson

DE

1

Calgary (fr BC)

Ralph Corvino

DB

6

Hamilton

Vern Lucyk

HB

9

Calgary

Dave Lawson

QB

8

Hamilton

Brian Fryer

LB

4

Ottawa

Ron Southwick

DE

7

Calgary

Tod Reynolds

HB

2

Hamilton

Mark Timpany

HB

3

Hamilton

1975

Jim Chiarelli

HB

8

Hamilton

Peter Mitchell

E/P

2

Ottawa

George Rawlyk

C

1

BC

Tony Yakutchik

G

3

Montreal

Paul Genovese

G

4

Hamilton

Rod Millard

DB

7

Montreal

Larry Baines

RB

8

Montreal

James Howard

T

10

Hamilton (fr Sas)

Ross Tripp

RB

7

Ottawa

John Harrison

DB

8

Ottawa

WR

3

Calgary (fr Mtl)

1969 John Krawczyk

DB

1

Hamilton

Tom Krawczyk

T

2

Hamilton

1970 Mike Brierly

DE

10

Montreal

Jay Graydon

DB

4

Hamilton

Peter Quinlan

QB

7

Hamilton

1971 Marshall Caplan

LB

8

Ottawa

Paul Zarek

F

3

Hamilton

1976

1977

1978 Gary Tom

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Ian Magowan

DT

4

Toronto

1993

Bob Hultgren

WR

2

Montreal (fr Ott)

Tony D’Agostino

1979

RB

6

Hamilton

WR

2

BC

1994

Jim McHugh

LB

4

Winnipeg

Ossie Wilson

DB

6

Calgary

Ed Szpytma

DE

3

Montreal

Adrian Polesel

T

3

Montreal (fr Ott)

Ryan Hudecki

RB

3

Calgary

Michael Kuntz

TE

6

Hamilton

DE

7

Edmonton

2001 OL

4

Hamilton

DE

3

Winnipeg

2003 Kojo Aidoo

FB

2

Edmonton (fr Ott)

Ray Mariuz

LB

4

Toronto (fr Ott)

Mike Botterill

LB

6

Montreal (fr BC via Win)

Matt O’Meara

OT

1

Saskatchewan (fr Win via Tor)

Jesse Lumsden

RB

1

Hamilton

Fabio Filice

OL

2

Hamilton

Mike Ray

K

4

Montreal

Jason Pottinger

LB

1

BC

Tristan Clovis

LB

3

Saskatchewan

Peter Hogarth

OL

4

Saskatchewan

Chris Van Zeyl

DL

3

Montreal (via Edm)

Eugene Boakye

LB

3

Winnipeg (via Cal)

Andre Sadeghian

RB

3

BC

Andrew Jones

DL

4

BC

Mike Bradwell

WR

2

Toronto

Jason Arakgi

LB

3

BC (via Mtl)

1980 Anthony Dippolito 1982 Dan Bowes 1984 Jeff Treftlin

DB

8

Edmonton

Mike Ryan

OT

5

Saskatchewean (fr Ott)

1985 Mark Horvath

DB

3

Edmonton

Clorindo Grilli

RB

4

Edmonton

Sean McKenna

LB

9

Hamilton

Dave Pappin

LB

3

Calgary (fr Tor)

Richard Storey

DL

6

Ottawa

Paul Clatney

DB

8

Hamilton

John Sutton

RB/FB

6

Winnipeg

Joe Fortune

OL

6

Hamilton

1986

1987

1988 Rob DeLuca

P/K

7

Winnipeg

Mike Morreale 1995

Ryan Donnelly

2005

2006

2007

1989 Sam Loucks

RB

6

Hamilton

1990 Bob MacDonald

OT/LS

2

Edmonton

Lance Trumble

FB/DE

3

Edmonton

2008

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CFL ALUMNI

This list incorporates all Marauders known to have played in the CFL. Pre-season participation has not been included; only those who played in CFL regular season or playoff games have been listed. Any omissions should be brought to the attention of the McMaster Sports Information Office, with appropriate supporting documentation of CFL participation. Player

Mac Years

CFL Teams and Years

Gerry MacTaggart

1949-53

Hamilton (1952)

Will Paterson

1926-27, 1929-31

Hamilton, Ottawa Rough Riders

Jim Dodds

1951-53

Hamilton (1954)

Sid Reynolds

1926, 1928-30

Balmy Beach Beachers

Sam Darragh

1951-54

Montreal (1955)

Russ Jackson

1954-57

Ottawa (1958-69)

Allan Turnbull

1934-37

Hamilton

Al “Butch� Rogers

1954-58

Charles Szumlinksi

1937-39

Hamilton

Toronto (1959), Hamilton (1960-62)

Ron Waterman

1937-39

Hamilton

Al Irwin

1962-63

Gord Lawson

1942

Hamilton (1950)

Ken Stanley

1948-53

Hamilton (1954-55)

Montreal (1964-65), Toronto (1966-68), Edmonton (1969), Hamilton (1970), Montreal (1964-65)

George Arnett

1949-50

Toronto

Bob Apps

1962-64

BC (1966)

Ken Foster

1949-51

Sarnia (1952), Balmy Beach (1953), Toronto (1954-55), Hamilton (1956)

Bob Howard

1964-66

Winnipeg (1967)

John Krawczyk

1965-68

Hamilton (1969)

Tom Krawczyk

1965-68

Hamilton (1969)

Alec Lockington

1968-71

Hamilton (1973)

Barry Finlay

1969-72

Hamilton (1977), Toronto (1973-76)

Ron Southwick

1970-74

Winnipeg (1975-78), Toronto (1979-81)

Ed Szptyma

1977-78

Montreal (1979-80)

Jeff Treftlin

1980-83

Edmonton (198485), Montreal (1986), Saskatchewan (198891)

Clorindo Grilli

1981-85

Ottawa (1986)

Bill Barclay

1949-51

Hamilton (1952-53), Toronto (1954)

Mel Hawkrigg

1949-51

Hamilton (1952)

Alex Ponton Jr.

1950-51

Ottawa (1952-53), Toronto (1954-60), Montreal (1960)

Brian Timmins Jr.

1951

Saskatchewan (1953)

Lee Munn

1949-52

Saskatchewan (195355)

Paul Shannon

1950-52

Toronto (1953)

Ken Stanley

1948-53

Hamilton (1954-55)

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Paul Clatney

1985-86

Winnipeg (1988-89), Calgary (1990-92), Ottawa (1994)

Sam Loucks

1985-88

Hamilton (1989-90)

Bob MacDonald

1986-89

Calgary (1991-92), Hamilton (1993)

Lance Trumble

1986-89

Hamilton (1990-93)

Mike Morreale

1991-94

Toronto (1995-96, 200203), Hamilton (1996-97, 2004-07)

Ryan Donnelly

1997-01

Hamilton (200208), Winnipeg (2009-present)

Kojo Aidoo

1998-02

Edmonton (2003), Hamilton (2004-06)

Ray Mariuz

1999-02

Toronto (2003-05), Hamilton (2006present)

Michael Botterill

1999-02

Montreal (2003-05), Edmonton (2006-07), Hamilton (2008)

Chris Rankin

1999-03

Hamilton (2004)

Fabio Filice

2000-04

Hamilton (2005-06), Calgary (2008)

Chris Vrantsis

2000-04

Montreal (2005-08)

Matt O’Meara

2001-04

Saskatchewan (200508)

Jesse Lumsden

2001-04

Hamilton (2005-08), Edmonton (2009)

Tristan Clovis

2001-05

Saskatchewan (2006)

Jason Pottinger

2002-05

BC (2006-08), Toronto (2009-present)

Jeff Robertshaw

2002-06

Montreal (2007-2010)

Chris Van Zeyl

2002, 2004-07

Toronto (2009-present)

Andre Sadeghian

2006-07

BC (2007), Hamilton (2008-2009)

Andrew Jones

2002-06

BC (2007, 2009-2011), Toronto (2012-present)

Kyle Koch

2003-06

Winnipeg (2007- 2009), Edmonton (2009-present)

Jason Arakgi

2004-07

BC (2008-present)

Mike Bradwell

2005-08

Toronto (2009- present)

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TEAMS OF THE DECADE

McMaster Football began selecting teams of decades in 1995, when an all-star team of players from the 1930s, ’40s and ’50s was unveiled. Four subsequent decade teams were honoured in the following years, providing well-earned recognition to Marauder alumni and also affording an opportunity for honourees and their teammates to reunite to renew friendships. With the dawn of the new century, the Friends of Marauder Football unveiled the team of the century, consisting of the 24 best players from the decade teams. The McMaster teams of decades honour some of the finest football players to suit up for the Marauders since Mac moved to Hamilton. Teams of the 1930s, 40s and 50s (Honoured October 21 1995) Syl Apps Wilf Paterson Sid Reynolds Jack Gurney Ron Waterman Mel Hawkrigg Ken Stanley Ossie Cox Ken MacAdam Bud Turnbill Al Imrie Russ Jackson Gerry MacTaggart Lorne Wrigglesworth Red Laughren Gord Price Allan “Buck” Leal Charles Szumlinkski Sam Darragh Jack Pelech Team of the 1960s (Honoured October 19 1996) John MacLennan

Steve Ostapchuk Jay Graydon Paul Perras Nenad Stetic Bob Johnston Brian Fyer Vern Lucyk Vince Franco Alec Lockington Al Irwin Bob Baytor Dennis Griffin Ken Waters Mike Armstrong Steve Parazader Fred Chayka George Chris Bob Howard Tom Krawczyk Gary Jobe John Buchan Wayne O’Brien Ken Burns John Krawczyk

Team of the 1970s (Honoured October 4 1997) Barry Finlay Ross Tripp Greg Higson Carlyle Buchanan Mike O’Shaughnessy Bob Baytor Larry Baines Tim Robinson Ralph Corvino Gary Innes Paul Perras Maurice Charbonneau Tony Dippolito Ron Southwick Paul Genovese Tom Hyslop Ozzie Wilson Ray Cupido Mike Zuk Ian Magowan Carm Genovese Marshall Caplan Derek Forbes

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Ed Szpytma

Off. Tackle

Steve Mallany Dave Smith

Off. Guard

Dan Syrotiuk Team of the 1980s (Honoured October 3 1998) Quarterback

Phil Scarfone

Running Back

Steve Malzia

Wide Receiver

Jack Dugas

Brandon Little

Defensive End

Jim Bordignon

Greg Restivo

Darren Maludzinski

Byron Metcalfe

Linebacker

Jim West

Steve Viveiros Cornerback

Halfback

Mike Boafo

McMaster Team of the Century

Tim Clarke Kevin Leuschner

Quarterback

Russ Jackson

‘58

Safety

Gord Chiarot

Running Back

Mel Hawkrigg

‘52

Frank Campanaro

Kicker/Punter

Derek Livingstone

Ross Tripp

‘77

Team of the 2000s (Honoured April 29 2010)

Kojo Aidoo

‘03

Cam King

Inside Receiver

Bob Baytor

‘72

Malcolm Eade

Quarterback

Wide Receiver

Mike Morreale

‘94

Ryan Janzen

‘00

Bob McDonald

‘89

Richard Storey

Adam Archibald Ben Chapdelaine

Running Back

Jesse Lumsden

Off. Line

Dave Pappin

Kojo Aidoo

Paul Perras

‘73

Kevin Jackson

Kyle Pyear

Tom Krawczyk

‘70

Chris Rankin

Allan Leal

‘40

Jeff Treftlin

Vaughan Swart

Ryan Donnelly

‘01

Devon McDermott

Mike Bradwell

Rob Kalvaitis

‘88

Ken Stanley

‘53

Mike Zuk

‘75

Jack Dugas

‘96

Steve Parazader

‘64

Ron Southwick

‘75

Dave Pappin

‘87

Jon Dawson

‘01

Lorne Wrigglesworth

‘53

Syl Apps

‘35

Mark Horvath

‘87

Jeff Treftlin

‘84

Wide Receiver

Hugh Northey

QB/WR

Jon Behie

Paul Clatney

Offensive Line

Ryan Donnelly

Safety

Mark Horvath

Fabio Filice

Kicker/Punter

Rob DeLuca

Matt O’Meara

Coach

Berne Custis

Justin Glover

Team of the 1990s (Honoured September 23 2000) Quarterback

Ben Chapdelaine

Running Back

Chris Dorrington

Defensive End

Dave Forde Defensive Line

Jeff Robertshaw Andrew Jones

Mike Kuntz

Chris Van Zeyl

Wide Receiver

Ryan Janzen

Colin Shanhan

Mike Linton

Def. Tackle Linebacker

Kyle Koch

Rob Ferry

Mike Morreale

Def. End

Jim Bordignon

Tight End

Inside Receiver

Mike Ray

(Honoured at Friends of Marauder Football fourth annual dinner, April 19 2001)

Jerome Jordan Halfback

Kicker/Punter

Al Wood

Tony O’Donnell Cornerback

Jon Dawson Chris Mason

Bob McDonald

Kwame Aidoo

Nose Tackle

Selwyn Jordan

Bill Godkin

Defensive Back

Jesse Card

Ralf Rosenkranz

Rob Kalvaitis Linebacker

Simon Binder

Sam Loucks

Chris Moore

Defensive End

Jason Pottinger

Mat Kalinowski Mike Sikic

Rob DeRosa

Def. Tackle

Lino Battilana

Centre

Clorindo Grilli Offensive Line

Tristan Clovis

Drew Pullen

Coach: Ray Johnson

Tight Ends

Matt Cressman

Linebacker

Mike Botterill

Def. Back

Ray Mariuz

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MARAUDER FOOTBALL PLAYERS AND BUILDERS IN THE McMASTER SPORTS HALL OF FAME

Inductee

Year Inducted

Sports

Higson, Greg ‘74

1992

football, hockey

Imrie, Allister ‘40

1987

Apps, Robert ‘65

1999

ice hockey, football

football, hockey, basketball

Apps, Sylvanus C.J. ‘36

1984

hockey, football, track

Inness, Garry ‘72

1986

football

Jackson, Russ ‘58

1984

Boyd, Nairn ‘41

1985

hockey, football, track and field

football, basketball

Jerome, Art ‘49

2007

football, hockey

Braley, David

2007

builder (football, basketball)

Jerome, Russ ‘39

2001

basketball, football

Johnson, Ray

1993

Burridge, Arthur ‘15

1984

gymnastics, builder (A.D.)

builder (football, wrestling, A.D.)

Chapdelaine, Ben ‘01

2011

football

Chris, George ‘63

1989

football

Joyce, Ron

2009

builder

Kennedy, Jack

1994

Clatney, Paul

2009

wrestling, football

builder (football, ice hockey, A.D.)

Cox, Osborn ‘38

1984

football

Laughren, George ‘36

1991

1992

football, rugby, track and field, builder

football, basketball, track and field

Crawford, Wilmer ‘54

Leal, Allan H. ‘Buck’ ‘40

1984

Custis, Bernie

2000

builder (football)

football, boxing, track and field

Darragh, Sam ‘55

1988

football, basketball

Lewis, Norman ‘Pinky’

1984

builder (athletic trainer)

Donohue, Sean ‘74

1993

football, hockey

MacLennan, John ‘64

2000

football

Foxcroft, Ron

2008

builder

MacTaggart, Gerry ‘53

1989

football, basketball

Gathercole, George ‘35

1986

football, hockey, lacrosse, wreslting

Marshall, Greg

2011

coach (football)

1985

football

George, Dr. Peter

2011

builder (president)

McAdam, Kenneth W. ‘39

Godkin, Bill ‘94

2005

football

Moore, Claude ‘36

1986

Gurney, John ‘46

1985

football, soccer, hockey, track and field

track and field, water polo, swimming, football

Morreale, Mike ‘94

2005

football

Hawkrigg, Melvin ‘52

1984

football, basketball, hockey, track and field

Passmore, John ‘33

1985

football, hockey, track and field

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Paterson, Wilf ‘31

1986

football

Pelech, Jack ‘55

1987

football, basketball

Price, Gordon ‘33

1986

football

Prince, Les

1984

builder (coach, A.D.)

Reynolds, Sidney ‘30

1985

football, basketball

Rosenkranz, Ralf ‘87

1998

basketball, football

Scarfone, Phil ‘84

1996

football

Schertzer, Mike ‘62

1988

football, basketball

Shannon, Paul ‘53*

1993

football

Smith, Alan J.

1988

builder (football, Athletic Director)

Southwick, Ron ‘75

1998

football

Stanley, Kenneth ‘54

1985

football, basketball, track and field

Szumlinkski, Charles ‘40

1988

football

Traut, Bill ‘46

1998

football, basketball

Tripp, Ross ‘77

1987

football (Athletic Director)

Turnbull, Allan ‘Bud’ ‘38

1989

basketball, football

Wagar, Gerald ‘46

2000

football, ice hockey, tennis

Waterman, Ron ‘41

1986

tennis, golf, football, basketball

Wrigglesworth, Lorne ‘53

1984

basketball, football

Wynne, Ivor ‘40

1984

basketball, football, hockey, builder

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McMASTER HOME FIELDS

Upon moving to Hamilton in 1930, McMaster suddenly had a campus of significant size, permitting the laying out of two separate practice fields, one for men, the other for women, as well as separate event fields for football and soccer. While the nearby location of these fields was infinitely more convenient for practices than the nomadic existence McMaster was forced to endure in Toronto, it was not until 1956 that McMaster’s campus would become a regular site for intercollegiate football games.

HAAA Grounds The home of the Hamilton Tigers since the 1870s and formerly known as the Hamilton Cricket grounds, the HAAA grounds had long been established as the home of football in Hamilton by the time McMaster arrived in 1930. It had hosted seven Grey Cup games between 1910 and 1935, including the first one won by a western team (1935). McMaster played its first home game in 1930 on campus, but other than a few isolated occasions played nearly all of its games before 1948 at the HAAA grounds. The HAAA grounds served as the Marauders football home through the 1948 season, after which the team moved its home games to Hamilton Civic Stadium. The HAAA grounds were used one last time while Civic Stadium was undergoing alterations to its floodlighting, for a 1954 game against Ryerson. The grandstands have long been removed now, but the historic HAAA grounds can still be seen on Charlton Ave. at Reginald St.

Hamilton Civic Stadium / Ivor Wynne Stadium Civic Stadium had been built to host the inaugural British Empire Games in 1930, though nothing remains of the original facilities. The current south grandstand dates from 1959 and the present north grandstand from 1971. Its location in Scott Park offered long-term opportunities for expansion, something the HAAA grounds, landlocked in a residential environment, could not. By the late-’40s, Civic Stadium had surpassed HAAA as Hamilton’s prime football facility and became the home of the Ti-Cats on their creation in 1950. M cMaster had played a few wartime games at Civic Stadium (at the time also known as Scott Park Stadium), and moved there permanently in 1949. The new stadium offered McMaster the larger, more modern facility that was in keeping with Ivor Wynne’s aspirations for McMaster to attain senior football status. But its location clear across town from the university campus had a clear deterrent effect upon student enthusiasm to attend football games. By 1955, when it had become clear that McMaster would stay shut out of the SIFL for the foreseeable future, a large, distant stadium no longer seemed so attractive. A survey of the student body showed a strong desire to move

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football back on campus. McMaster returned to Ivor Wynne on occasion. In 1972 Hamilton had placed a proposal before the Canadian College Bowl committee for the 1973 Vanier Cup game to be played in Hamilton. McMaster staged an exhibition game against Western on Spet. 11, 1972 to try to gauge support for university football in Hamilton. Slightly more than 3,000 fans showed up—hardly the impression Hamilton hoped to make. (Ironically, this figure was likely about double that actually showed up at the 1973 Vanier in Toronto, which was played in monsoon-like conditions and drew about 1,500 bodies through the turnstiles.) Thursday night games on Thanksgiving week were also scheduled at Ivor Wynne, as the McMaster Field (named Les Prince Field in 1983) did not have floodlighting for night games. In 2003, field conditions at Les Prince Field forced McMaster to move the OUA football semifinal to Ivor Wynne, a move which was repeated for all remaining playoff games in 2003, and the 2004 OUA semi-final. McMaster will return to Ivor Wynne as its home field while the on-campus facility is constructed for the 2007 season.

Les Prince Field In 1956, what had formerly been designated the soccer event field was prepared as a campus football venue. Arrangements were far from ideal in the first season, with no on-site dressing rooms, a temporary press box and bleacher seating hauled over from the campus drill hall. But it was some place to start and could hold almost 2,000 spectators in a pinch. The Marauders opened the facility on Sept. 22, 1956 with a 17–8 defeat at the hands of the Varsity Blues. After a successful on-campus season, McMaster built the field house for the 1957 campaign, placing a more permanent press box on its roof, but leaving the matter of permanent seating for the future. It was not until 1967 that permanent bleachers were built on the site, as part of Mac’s preparations to enter the SIFL for the 1968 season. With the first phase seating about 2,100, capacity was soon after expanded to 3,500 by 1970, giving McMaster its first permanent stadium. In 1973, the field house was named in honour of Norman “Pinky” Lewis, the long-time trainer of the Marauders. The field as a whole was named Les Prince Field in 1983, recognising nearly forty years of contribution to McMaster student life by Leslie Anderson Prince. Arriving at McMaster in 1946, Prince had served as Assistant Director of Athletics, Director of Athletics, Dean of Men, and Dean of Students in his time at McMaster. His book on McMaster, Over the Ivy Wall, recounts many warm anecdotes about athletics and student life at McMaster from the 1940s through the 1970s. Aside from 49 seasons of Marauder football, three Yates cup games (2000, 2001, 2002) and two Vanier Cup semi-finals (2000, 2002), Les Prince Field also hosted the 1993 World University Games women’s soccer championship and the inaugural CIAU women’s rugby championship in 1998. A new press box was added to that facility in 1991, and on Oct. 23, 1999 McMaster unveiled a new, $1-million video scoreboard donated by McMaster alumnus Paul Leskew. Field drainage and dressing room facilities were upgraded in 1999, with the sound system upgraded to complement the new scoreboard in time for the 2000 season. As the Marauder football team improved from 1997 onward, crowds increased to the point where standing room and temporary bleachers would pack 7,000-odd fans into the ageing 3,500-seat facility. After decades of faithful service, Les Prince Field was now in need of either an upgrade or replacement. As part of an overall plan of athletic facility upgrades, the replacement option was selected, and the field slated to close after the 2004 football season.

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Les Prince Field closed for football on Oct. 16, 2004, when a crowd of 4,000 witnessed the Marauders defeat the Queen’s Golden Gaels 32–16. Sending the old field off in style, Jesse Lumsden set a new single-season CIS rushing record, eclipsing the former mark of 1,619 yards set by Eric Lapointe in 1996, and also became the OUA’s leading career rusher before a national television audience on The Score network.

Ron Joyce Stadium (Les Prince Field playing surface) The Marauders returned home to campus in 2008 with the highly anticipated opening of Les Prince Field at Ronald V. Joyce Stadium. Ron Joyce, the former police officer who turned Tim Horton’s into an iconic international franchise, donated $10-million toward the construction of the new stadium that sits prominently in the centre of campus beside the David Braley Athletic Centre that was opened in 2006. The state-of-the-art playing surface increases training time by allowing teams to practice in a range of weather conditions. While The CFL’s Hamilton Tiger-Cats use the facility for training camp, the stadium also hosts school championships for children and teens, as well as for regional, provincial and national competitions. The stadium features 5,500 permanent seats and an underground parking garage to serve visitors to the stadium and alleviate daily campus parking needs. Ron Joyce was present for the opening ceremonies which included a performance by the McMaster University choir, Burlington Teen Tour Band, and a spectacular pyrotechnics display on September 13, 2008 when McMaster hosted the Ottawa Gee-Gees in the stadium’s grand opening celebrations. Despite the heavy rainfall 4,000 fans enjoyed a closely fought game and special video tributes on the stadium’s new video scoreboard.

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CUP AND BOWL GAME SUMMARIES

1964 Yates Cup

14 November 1964 Queen’s Golden Gaels 63, McMaster Marauders 6 Richardson Stadium, Kingston First Quarter 6:07

QUE

FG - Hafeman 11 yards

13:29

QUE

TD - Ware 8-yard pass from Connor (Hafeman kick)

7:00

QUE

TD - Thompson 5-yard pass from Connor (Hafemen kick)

13:30

QUE

TD - Young 26-yard pass from Connor (Hafeman kick)

Second Quarter

Third Quarter 6:13

QUE

TD - Lilles 104-yard run (Hafeman conv. failed)

9:43

QUE

TD - Norrie 12-yard run (Thompson kick)

13:20

QUE

TD - Young 5-yard run (Thompson conv. failed)

0:50

QUE

TD - Young 16 yard-pass from Bayne (Hafeman conv. failed)

2:20

QUE

TD - Young 42-yard run (Benyon kick)

8:17

MAC

TD - Favot 1-yard run

11:07

QUE

TD - Thompson 11-yard pass from Connor (Benyon kick)

Fourth Quarter

1

2

3

4

FINAL

McMaster

0

0

0

6

6

Queen’s

10

14

19

20

63

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McMaster

Queen’s

First Downs

14

20

Rushing

97

495

Passing

68

229

Pass att.-comp-TD-int.

16-3-0-1

22-14-5-1

Interceptions by

1

1

Fumbles-Lost

1-1

2-1

Punts-Avg.

9-26.2

3-38.3

Penalties-Yards

8-71

9-90

Rushing (rushes-yards) McMaster: Ostapchuk 14-53; Favot 9-33 Queen’s: Lilles 13-320; Young 7-95; Norrie 7-90 Passing (att-comp-yds-td-int) McMaster: Timpany 13-3-68-0-0; Randle 3-0-0-0-1 Queen’s: Connor 19-12-184-4; Bayne 2-1-16-1-0; L.Ferguson 1-1-29-0-0 Receiving (rec-yards) McMaster: Howard 1-56; Steve Ostapchuk 1-13; Lawrie 1-(-1) Queen’s: Lilles 2-72; Thompson 6-80; Young 4-63; Shaw 1-6 Int. Returns (int-yards) McMaster: Leyerzapf 1-75 Queen’s: B. Ferguson 1-0 With three consecutive OIFC titles under their belt, McMaster used a constitutional technicality of the O-QAA to challenge Queen’s for the 1964 Yates Cup title. The challenge was fully in order, but came as a surprise to the Gaels. The year before, Queen’s had also earned the Yates Cup title, and played a post-season bowl game against the western champion Alberta Golden Bears. Popularly viewed as a national university football championship, the 1963 “Golden Bowl” had resulted in a humbling 25-7 defeat for the Gaels. Queen’s had made arrangements for a replay in 1964 and was both prepared and eager to play Alberta until McMaster’s challenge arrived. Queen’s administration at the time had an inflexible rule allowing just a single post-season game per year, so the Gaels had no choice but to play McMaster, thus foregoing the anticipated revenge against the Golden Bears. Queen’s vented its frustration by piling up 24 unanswered points in the first half. McMaster knew they were up against a strong opponent, and ran an unsuccessful third-down gamble on just their second possession of the game. McMaster’s only points of the afternoon were set up by a 75-yard interception return from Volker Leyerzapf, who was downed at the Queen’s one-yard line. Ted Favot ran in Mac’s sole major on the next play. The 63-6 final score was one of McMaster’s more humbling experiences in intercollegiate football.

Yates Cup 1983

5 November 1983 Varsity Blues 20, McMaster Marauders 16 Varsity Stadium, Toronto First Quarter 6:20

MAC

Rouge - Colalillo 47-yard punt

9:17

MAC

Rouge - Colalillo 40-yard punt

13:53

MAC

TD - Buchanan 8-yard pass from Scarfone (Shadrach kick)

15:00

VAR

TD - Pearson 58-yard pass form Finlayson (Chomyc kick)

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Second Quarter 12:13

MAC

TD - Malizia 15-yard run (Shadrach kick)

Third Quarter No Scoring Fourth Quarter 6:56

VAR

FG - Chomyc 37 yards

10:41

VAR

TD - Pearson 23-yard pass from Finlayson (Chromyc kick)

13:38

VAR

FG - Chomyc 26 yards

Attendance: 6,000 1

2

3

4

FINAL

McMaster

9

7

0

0

16

Varsity

7

0

0

13

20

Varsity

McMaster

First Downs

19

20

First Downs (R-Pa-Pen)

6-12-1

9-11-0

Rushing

124

135

Passing

300

246

Losses

54

14

Net Yards

370

367

Pass att.-comp-TD-int.

29-21-2-1

25-15-1-2

Ret yards (P-K)

65-60

73-34

Interceptions-yards

2-0

1-0

Fumbles-Lost

2-1

0-0

Punts-Avg.

10-34.9

11-36.6

Penalties-Yards

5-44

6-65

Rushing (rushes-yards) McMaster: Malizia 17-85 1TD; Jarvis 11-56; Papin -2; Grilli 1-(-8) Varsity: Miller 17-52; McVey 7-42; Finlayson 2-12; Howlett 2-(-12) Passing (att-comp-yds-td-int) McMaster: Scarfone 25-15-246-1-2 Varsity: Finlayson 29-21-300-2-1 Receiving (rec-yards) McMaster: Grilli 4-71; Godkin 3-64; West 2-40; Malizia 3-39; Buch anan 2-28 1TD; Papin 1-4 Varsity: Pearson 8-140 1TD; Howlett 5-63; Papadokos 2-63; McVey 4-25; Filipiuk 1-12; Miller 1-(-3) Int. Returns (int-yards) McMaster: McKenna 1-0 Varsity: Morasutti 1-0; Martin 1-0 Punting (punts-yards) McMaster: Colallilo 11-403 Varsity: Chomyc 10-349

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Kickoffs (KO-yards) McMaster: Shadrach 3-166 Varsity: Chomyc 3-148 Punt Returns (no-yards) McMaster: Treftlin 6-56; Northey 2-11; Horvath 2-6 Varsity: Lippert 7-65; Tebarek 1-0 KO Returns (no-yds) McMaster: Ellsworth 2-34; Papin 1-0 Varsity: Howlett 2-41; Lippert 1-19 Led by quarterback Phil Scarfone, the 1983 Marauders very nearly advanced to the Vanier Cup semi-finals. In its first Yates Cup appearance since the disastrous 1964 showing, McMaster did not let the Varsity Blues take the lead until just over four minutes remained on the clock. The weekend before, fourth-placed McMaster had upset the OUAA’s top-ranked Laurier Golden Hawks 43-27 in the league semi-final. McMaster built up a 9-0 lead in the first quarter, started off by two rouges from punter Tony Colalillo, and supplemented with a touchdown pass from Scarfone to Rich Buchanan. Mac added another touchdown from Steve Malizia in the second quarter, leaving the score 16-7 in their favour at halftime. Toronto’s defence kept McMaster from running away with the game, grabbing two interceptions in the end zone when the Marauders were threatening to score. Toronto was therefore able to stay in the game, and started chipping away at McMaster’s lead in the fourth quarter. Toronto kicker Lance Chomyc added a field goal to bring Toronto within six points. A flag against McMaster for rough play helped Varsity along on its go-ahead drive, climaxed by a 23-yard touchdown pass from John Finlayson to Dave Pearson with 4:19 remaining on the clock. Toronto added another field goal from Chomyc to end the scoring at 20-16 in their favour. Despite being underdogs, McMaster was in a dead heat with Varsity in most statistical categories, gaining 367 net yards against Toronto’s 370, and having 20 first downs against Toronto’s 19.

Yates Cup 2000

11 November 2000 McMaster Marauders 48, Laurier Golden Hawks 23 Les Prince Field, Hamilton First Quarter MAC

TD - Janzen 25 yard-pass from Chapdelaine (Livingstone kick)

WLU

TD - Praamsma run

MAC

FG - Livingstone 29 yards

WLU

TD - Praamsma run

MAC

TD - Chapdelaine 13-yard pass from Aidoo

WLU

FG - Becker 30 yards

MAC

FG - Livingstone 14 yards

WLU

TD - Talbot 12-yad pass from Lane (Becker kick)

MAC

TD - Pyear 2-yard run (Livingstone kick)

MAC

TD - Pyear pass from Chapdelaine

Second Quarter

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Fourth Quarter MAC

TD - Aidoo run

MAC

TD - Aidoo run

Attendance: 5,000 1

2

3

4

FINAL

McMaster

10

7

17

14

48

Laurier

7

9

7

0

23

McMaster

Laurier

First Downs

25

18

First Downs (R-Pa-Pen)

9-14-2

9-7-2

Rushing

213

229

Passing

337

178

Losses

0

0

Net Yards

550

407

Pass att.-comp-TD-int.

35-18-3-1

30-15-1-2

Ret yards (P-K)

33-66

52-59

Interceptions-yards

2-35

1-23

Fumbles-Lost

2-2

0-0

Punts-Avg.

7-30.8

7-37

Penalties-Yards

9-80

9-75

Rushing (rushes-yards) McMaster: Kojo Aidoo 16-168, 2TD; Pyear 10-35, 1TD; DiBartolomeo 2-10 Laurier: Praamsma 23-210, 2TD; Talbot 1-9; Johnson 1-4; Torrie 1-4; Lane 1-2 Passing (att-comp-yds-td-int) McMaster: Chapdelaine 34-17-324-2-1; Kojo Aidoo 1-1-13-1-0 Laurier: Lane 30-15-178-1-2 Receiving (rec-yards) McMaster: Janzen 7-149, 1TD; Linton 5-92; Sabri 2-50; Kojo Aidoo 1-17; Chapdelaine 1-13, 1TD Pyear 1-12, 1TD; Postma 1-4 Laurier: Babel 7-60; Talbot 5-52, 1TD; MacAvelia 1-40; Cox 2-26 Int. Returns (int-yards) McMaster: Armstrong 1-31; Kuzmanovich 1-4 Laurier: Johnson 1-23 Punting (punts-yards) McMaster: Ray 6-173; Livingstone 1-43 Laurier: Becker 7-259 Kickoffs (KO-yards) McMaster: Livingstone 7-326 Laurier: Becker 4-204

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Punt Returns (no-yards) McMaster: Rankin 5-33 Laurier: Johnson 2-27; Talbot 3-25; Cox 1-0 KO Returns (no-yds) McMaster: Rankin 1-30; Hebert 1-20; Botterill 1-16 Laurier: Praamsma 5-59 Hamilton, ON—The McMaster Marauders used the home field and their overpowering offence to capture their first Yates Cup Championship in 2000. The Marauders defeated the Laurier Golden Hawks 48-23 in front of a standing room only crowd of 5,000-plus at Les Prince. The Marauders attack was once again led by running back Kojo Aidoo and quarterback Ben Chapdelaine as the McMaster offensive line wore down the Golden Hawks defence. Aidoo exploded for 168 yards on only 16 carries; he also added two touchdowns late in the game to seal the victory. Although Chapelaine is known for throwing touchdown passes, he was on the receiving end of a 14-yard pass from Aidoo early in the second quarter that put McMaster ahead 17-13. Chapdelaine completed 17 of 34 passes for 324 yards and two touchdowns, his main target was Ryan Janzen. Janzen, apparently over a hamstring injury that limited his effectiveness in the OUA semifinal, caught seven passes for 149 yards and one touchdown. The Golden Hawks relied on Justin Praamsma to carry the bulk of the workload on Saturday, and he did not disappoint, rushing for 210 yards on 23 carries. Praamsma put the Hawks ahead 13-10 early in the second quarter with his second touchdown of the game, but McMaster responded and led the game at halftime 17-16. Laurier Quarterback Adam Lane had a solid day completing 15 of 30 for 178 yards, but two interceptions, including one by Nic Armstrong, who then tiptoed down the sideline for a 31-yard return proved costly. Laurier started the second half strong and took a 23-20 lead three minutes into the third quarter, when Lane found Andre Talbot for a 14 yard score. McMaster responded by scoring 28 straight points, including a 12 yard strike from Chapdelaine to Kyle Pyear (one of his two touchdowns on the day) that put the Marauders ahead 27-23, a lead that would not be relinquished.

Yates Cup 2001

10 November 2001 McMaster Marauders 30, Ottawa Gee-Gees 22 Les Prince Field, Hamilton First Quarter 5:01

OTT

TD - Ray 55-yard pass from Azzi (Lee-Yaw kick)

5:36

MAC

TD - Swart pass from Chapdelaine (Rack kick

4:28

OTT

SAFETY - Team (Ray concedes)

11:50

OTT

FG - Lee-Yaw 47 yards

12:33

MAC

TD - Swart 8-yard pass from Chapdelaine (Ray kick)

15:00

OTT

FG - Lee-Yaw 41 yards

1:35

MAC

TD - Muldoon 16-yard pass from Chapdelaine (2pt: Postma pass from Chapdelaine)

6:27

MAC

TD - Swart 75-yard pass from Chapdelaine (Ray kick)

Second Quarter

Third Quarter No Scoring Fourth Quarter

9:03 11:19 Attendance: 5,922 1

MAC

ROUGE - Ray 26-yard MFG

OTT

TD - Dibattista 23-yard pass from Azzi (Lee-Yaw kick)

2

3

4

FINAL

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Ottawa

7

8

0

7

22

McMaster

7

7

0

16

30

McMaster

Ottawa

First Downs

21

19

First Downs (R-Pa-Pen)

12-9-0

9-7-2

Rushing

217

248

Passing

290

201

Losses

4

44

Net Yards

503

405

Pass att.-comp-TD-int.

34-17-4-1

21-12-2-3

Ret yards (P-K)

108-76

18-95

Interceptions-yards

3-2

1-11

Fumbles-Lost

3-3

2-2

Punts-Avg.

9-32.3

8-34.1

Penalties-Yards

6-65

8-60

Rushing (rushes-yards) McMaster: Kojo Aidoo 16-111; Pyear 12-82; Ray 1-18; Chapdelaine 3-6 Ottawa: Daulimar 21-217; Azzi 4-23; Mathieu 1-5; Dufault 1-3 Passing (att-comp-yds-td-int) McMaster: Chapdelaine 33-17-290-4-1, Rankin 1-0-0-0-0 Ottawa: Azzi 28-12-201-2-3 Receiving (rec-yards) McMaster: Swart 7-201, 3TD; Muldoon 3-48, 1TD; Rankin 2-18; Postma 2-17; Pyear 1-3; Kojo Aidoo 2-3 Ottawa: Ray 6-115, 1TD; Thompson 2-45; Dibattista 1-22, 1TD; Larouche 1-7; Hazenburgh 1-4 Int. Returns (int-yards) McMaster: Botterill 1-2; Kwame Aidoo 1-0; Restivo 1-0 Ottawa: Cloutier 1-11 Punting (punts-yards) McMaster: Ray 9-291 Ottawa: Chouinard 8-273 Kickoffs (KO-yards) McMaster: Ray 5-253 Ottawa: Lee-Yaw 4-203 Punt Returns (no-yards) McMaster: Kwame Aidoo 4-63; Wright 4-32; Rankin 2-13 Ottawa: Gordon 2-12; Ray 4-6 KO Returns (no-yds) McMaster: Rankin 3-57; Lumsden 1-19 Ottawa: Gordon 2-45; Davilmar 2-13; Dufault 1-19 McMaster avenged its 2000 Churchill Bowl defeat by downing the Ottawa Gee-Gees 30-22 in the 2001 Yates Cup. Ottawa broke onto the

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scoreboard with a touchdown five minutes into the opening quarter, but they did not hold the lead for long. A Gee-Gees rough play call started McMaster’s next possession at centre field, and Ben Chapdelaine needed just 35 seconds to find Vaught Swart in the end zone to even the score. Both teams traded scores in the second quarter, along with some strong defensive play by the Marauders to force Gee-Gee quarterback David Azzi to fumble on the Mac 15-yard line. Ottawa later capitalised on a Kojo Aidoo fumble with two seconds remaining in the half, sending Jeffrey Lee-Yaw out to boot a 41-yard field goal. The kick gave Ottawa a slim 15-14 halftime lead. After a scoreless third quarter in which they surrendered two turnovers, McMaster responded with 16 unanswered points in the final frame. Mac defensive lineman Jeff Smith sco red the first major coup of the quarter, blocking a punt at the Ottawa 16 which was recovered by Ryan Donnelly. Chapdelaine promptly threw a touch